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Cost of living: Energy price cap expected to rise by £830 to £2,800 in October, says Ofgem chief
The UK's energy price cap is expected to rise in October to around £2,800, Ofgem's chief executive says.
Sadiq Khan demands 'explanation' from Met Police after photos of Boris Johnson at lockdown drinks emerge
London mayor Sadiq Khan has written to the Met Police asking for a "detailed explanation" of its partygate probe - after claiming photos showed the PM was "caught red-handed" at an event for which he was not fined.
Ava White: Boy, 14, guilty of murdering 12-year-old girl who was stabbed to death after Snapchat video row
A teenage boy has been found guilty of murder after stabbing a 12-year-old girl to death after a row over a Snapchat video.
Monkeypox: 14 new cases detected in England - UK total now 71
England has recorded 14 new cases of monkeypox, taking the UK's total to 71.
Stag party mayhem on the canal as boats crash and vessel left partially sunk in lock
A tranquil stag party on the canal turned to mayhem as boats crashed and one partially sunk as its occupants fell "asleep".
Prince William suggests free pint to encourage men to get a check-up
Prince William has suggested giving out a free pint in exchange for attending a check-up to encourage reluctant men to look after their health.
KLM faces court over 'greenwashing' adverts and offsetting scheme in first major challenge to aviation industry
Dutch airline KLM is being hauled up in court over accusations its "misleading" advertising amounts to greenwashing, in what is believed to be the world's first such case for the aviation industry.
Seven survivors found after New Zealand Air Force spotted two small missing boats in Pacific Ocean
Seven people who went missing for days on two small boats in the Pacific Ocean have been found by New Zealand Air Force, near the remote nation of Kiribati.
China to visit Solomon Islands amid fears Beijing is seeking greater influence in Pacific region
China's foreign minister is visiting the Solomon Islands this week amid Western fears that Beijing is seeking greater influence in the Pacific.
Kurt Zouma: West Ham footballer pleads guilty to kicking and slapping a cat
Kurt Zouma has pleaded guilty to kicking and slapping a cat after footage emerged of the incident in February.
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- Appeal launched to trace man reported missing from Aberdeen 4 hours ago
- ScotRail temporary timetable comes into force for north-east passengers today
- Police appeal for help to trace 27-year-old man reported missing from Aberdeen