January 26, 2022

BBC The Tuckers review: ‘The Welsh sitcom with rough and ready characters but plenty of heart’

The sitcom by Steve Speirs is back for a second series
January 26, 2022

Tesla profits surge to $5.5bn but electric car maker sees supply chain woes persisting

Tesla has reported an annual profit of $5.5bn but warned that supply chain problems that have dogged production over recent months would extend into this year.
January 26, 2022

BBC Jay Blades: The Repair Shop star’s troubled early life, racist abuse, homelessness and learning to read at 51

He'll be sharing his story of being diagnosed with dyslexia in his 30s
January 26, 2022

BBC Politics Live host Jo Coburn puts MP in place saying ‘Don’t look there, concentrate over here’

The host was joined by MPs Chris Philp and Jon Ashworth, as well as BBC Political Editor Laura Kuenssberg
January 26, 2022

ITV For the Love of Dogs: Paul O’Grady’s health battle, life as Lily Savage and becoming a teenage dad

We take a look into the career of one of the UK's national treasures
January 26, 2022

Fed steps closer to rate hike as Powell says inflation outlook ‘just a bit worse’

The head of America's central bank has declared there is "quite a lot of room to raise interest rates" as it stepped closer to a March hike.
January 26, 2022

Food poverty campaigner Jack Monroe welcomes inflation data shake-up

Official statisticians are to shake up the way they collect and widen how they present inflation data amid concerns that cost of living headlines fail to reflect the squeeze being felt by the worst off.
January 26, 2022

Oil hits $90 a barrel adding to cost of living headaches

Oil has hit $90 a barrel for the first time since October 2014 on latest worries about tight supply and tensions in Europe in the Middle East.
January 26, 2022

Nuclear project wins £100m government cash injection

Plans to build the new Sizewell C nuclear power station have received a £100 million cash injection from the government.
January 26, 2022

Banks and asset managers vie to carve up £1bn mortgage platform Kensington

A leading challenger bank and the world's biggest bond fund manager are among the parties vying to carve up Kensington, the specialist mortgage lender.
January 26, 2022

‘Safety our highest priority’: Sainsbury’s and Waitrose ask shoppers and staff to keep wearing face coverings

Supermarket chains Sainsbury's and Waitrose will be asking people to continue to wear a face covering in their stores when restrictions ease in England on Thursday.
January 26, 2022

Sunak defends handling of COVID support scheme and vows to go after loan fraudsters

Chancellor Rishi Sunak has defended his handling of COVID support fraud as he vowed to go after those "who took advantage" of the scheme.