September 28, 2022

Electric cars fall flat with the most and least reliable cars – Mini, Toyota and more

New data has found the most and least reliable cars on the market in the UK, with electric cars found to be among the most unreliable vehicle types.
September 28, 2022

‘Pushing house prices even higher’: Stamp duty cuts could increase property values by £34k

Stamp duty is now only payable on property purchases worth more than £250,000. This saves the average home buyer £2,500 in stamp duty fees.
September 28, 2022

Lottery draw produces £5m jackpot winner

The player matched all six numbers to win the top prize of £5,070,357
September 28, 2022

Office workers confess to what they’ve been doing on video calls while the camera is off

Research suggests three quarters of UK office workers admit to turning off their webcam on video calls to hide what they are doing
September 28, 2022

Queen approved plane to transport coffin with stirring words, Mike Tindall says

The former England rugby star shared the claim on his podcast but said he could not verify the story sent to him by an “ex-army friend”
September 28, 2022

Heathrow planes ‘collide’ sparking large emergency service response at airport

Reports from the scene said a dozen emergency service vehicles are on the tarmac after the incident on the ground
September 28, 2022

How a pensions technicality threatened to undermine the entire financial system

The Bank of England's intervention in the bond markets was prompted by a need to address a technicality in pension investments that threatened to undermine the entire financial system.
September 28, 2022

Cabinet to be asked to find ‘efficiency savings’ in Whitehall despite Truss promising no cuts

Liz Truss's cabinet is to be asked to find "efficiency savings" in Whitehall budgets, Sky News understands, putting huge pressure on frontline services. 
September 28, 2022

‘Run dynamic’ could have seen pensions collapse within hours

The Bank of England's dramatic intervention today was in response to a "run dynamic" emerging in the British pensions system which could have resulted in the collapse of a swathe of institutions within hours, Sky News understands.
September 28, 2022

Senior Tories ‘boycott’ Tory conference as MPs fume over mini-budget fallout

Senior Tories are appearing to boycott the Conservative Party conference as backbench MPs express dismay and anger over the fallout from the chancellor's mini-budget.
September 28, 2022

Wetherspoons puts 32 pubs up for sale as food and labour costs rise

JD Wetherspoon has announced it is selling 32 pubs due to rising food and energy costs and a lack of staff.
September 28, 2022

Sharpest fall in mortgage deals since depths of the pandemic

Lenders pulled a record number of mortgages in a single day on Wednesday, more than double the previous record set in the depths of the pandemic.