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British Steel collapses with 25,000 jobs at risk

British Steel collapses with 25,000 jobs at risk

British Steel has been placed into compulsory liquidation, putting up to 25,000 jobs at risk.
Energy bill hikes push inflation to highest level this year

Energy bill hikes push inflation to highest level this year

Increased household energy bills pushed the rate of inflation to its highest level this year in April - rising to 2.1%.
M&S plots food store growth as annual sales and profits fall

M&S plots food store growth as annual sales and profits fall

Marks & Spencer (M&S) has made a series of adjustments to its store closure programme as annual results show sales and profits falling.
Theresa May issues 'last chance' plea to Jeremy Corbyn after Tory Brexit backlash

Theresa May issues 'last chance' plea to Jeremy Corbyn after Tory Brexit backlash

Theresa May has made a personal plea to Jeremy Corbyn to back her Brexit deal following a backlash over her "bold" new offer to MPs.
Plastic straws, stirrers and cotton buds to be banned in England

Plastic straws, stirrers and cotton buds to be banned in England

Michael Gove is taking action on plastic pollution by banning plastic straws, stirrers and cotton buds in England from next spring.
Man who lost limbs to sepsis warns nurses need more training

Man who lost limbs to sepsis warns nurses need more training

A man who lost all of his limbs and part of his face to sepsis has called for nurses to receive mandatory training on how to diagnose the disease.
Stormzy should replace Mozart in UK music classrooms, study says

Stormzy should replace Mozart in UK music classrooms, study says

Schools have been urged to swap Mozart for Stormzy in a bid to get more pupils engaged in music lessons.
Modern slavery: Report says ministers 'must act quickly' to combat 'evil' trade

Modern slavery: Report says ministers 'must act quickly' to combat 'evil' trade

Ministers have been urged to act "quickly and effectively" to ensure greater protection for thousands of modern slavery victims across the UK.
Infected blood scandal: Former prime minister John Major 'must answer to inquiry'

Infected blood scandal: Former prime minister John Major 'must answer to inquiry'

Former prime minister Sir John Major should be called to give evidence to the infected blood inquiry about what he knew of the scandal, victims and families of those affected have told Sky News.
Jansin Turgut: Rugby league player on life support in Ibiza after three-storey car park fall

Jansin Turgut: Rugby league player on life support in Ibiza after three-storey car park fall

A rugby league player is on life support in an Ibiza hospital after suffering horrific injuries in a three-storey fall from the island's airport car park.
Nigel Farage: Elections watchdog 'coordinated' funding investigation with Gordon Brown

Nigel Farage: Elections watchdog 'coordinated' funding investigation with Gordon Brown

Nigel Farage has accused Britain's elections watchdog of performing a "coordinated move" with Gordon Brown to raise doubt about his Brexit Party's funding system.
Theresa May bids to save her Brexit deal but loses more MPs' support

Theresa May bids to save her Brexit deal but loses more MPs' support

Theresa May has launched a last-ditch bid to save her Brexit deal, but ended up losing more MPs' support.
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