October 5, 2022

Amid energy security and price crisis, key winter outlook report takes on particular significance

The National Grid's electricity system operator and gas system operator will release one of their regular winter outlook reports later.
October 5, 2022

Tesco boss says people are watching every penny when they shop

The supermarket giant has given its workers another pay rise to help them cope with rising living costs
October 5, 2022

Live Lotto results for Wednesday, October 5: National Lottery and Thunderball winning numbers from tonight’s draw

Get the winning numbers from Wednesday's Lotto draw and Thunderball
October 5, 2022

‘Stealthy’ tax and benefit threshold freezes will outweigh tax cuts, say economists

"Stealthy" freezes to tax and welfare thresholds will outweigh any benefits people will get from the government's plan to cut taxes, according to economists.
October 5, 2022

Elon Musk’s Twitter buyout is first step in creating new ‘everything app’

The billionaire has plans to launch an "everything app" that can be used in a similar way to China's WeChat
October 5, 2022

Opec+ to raise oil prices as it cuts production by two million barrels a day

The cartel has decided to cut oil production by two million barrels a day. The decision was made to control prices which have fluctuated wildly due to the war in Ukraine.
October 5, 2022

Terrified woman’s 18 minute call to police as stalker chased her ‘like a nut job’

John Mohan waged a campaign of terror against his ex
October 5, 2022

Save money and avoid food wastage with top TikTok fridge organisation hacks

Date rotation and shelf organisation are just a few fridge tricks that have racked up millions of views on now-viral TikTok videos
October 5, 2022

Slashing oil production is a big two fingers to the US – but will it backfire for Russia?

The Opec+ cartel of oil-producing nations has announced a production cut of two million barrels per day.
October 5, 2022

British teachers found not guilty after death of girl, 12, on French school trip

Jessica Lawson died after a pontoon capsized in a lake near the city of Limoges in July 2015
October 5, 2022

Top gripes for job hunters – including lack of clarity on salary in job adverts

Nearly half would turn down an interview offer if salary details weren't listed in the job advert - and a third have declined a job offer after finding out wages
October 5, 2022

Council bans apple, pear and plum trees from £40k scheme over fears yobs could use fruits as missiles

It will now plant only ornamental cherry trees