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Renting: Number of UK homes available down by a third
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Diesel 17p more per litre than petrol despite oil price falls
Difference between price per litre is "scandalous" given similar wholesale costs, RAC says.

Next says prices to rise by less than expected this year
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Climate change: England not prepared for impact
The government's advisers urge a "step change" in climate adaptation policy to avoid an increased risk to life.

NHS: Public satisfaction with health service drops to record low
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Baroness Casey urges Met Police chief to accept problems are institutional
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Cost of living: What are your rights as a tenant when you're renting?
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Rent increases: What you can do about a rise from your landlord
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What is the UK inflation rate and why is the cost of living rising?
The rate at which prices are rising has jumped again, driven by soaring food prices.

Cost of living: What payments are available and how do you claim?
Low-income households, pensioners and some disabled people can get extra help with energy bills.

Mortgages: What happens if I miss a payment?
Homeowners are worried about higher mortgage costs, but lenders must help those struggling.

Energy bills: What can I do if I can't afford to pay?
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Cost of living: Derbyshire chip shop that opened in 1961 to close
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UK interest rates: What the rise means for you
The Bank of England has raised the rate from 4% to 4.25%, creating higher mortgage costs.

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Paul O'Grady: A life in pictures
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Jeremy Corbyn: The left-wing veteran outcast by his party
The ex-Labour leader's long political career hangs in the balance after being stopped from standing as an MP.

Music star Angélique Kidjo says the Grammys 'need diversity'
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Harry's power play: Why has the prince turned up at court?
The prince's appearance at London’s High Court took many by surprise.

Inside Britain's biggest sewer under London's River Thames
The new tunnel under the River Thames in London is 25km long was built at a cost of almost £5bn.

Lebanon crisis: The Syrian refugees recycling to stay alive
Companies pay tiny amounts for recyclable waste in Beirut. Deiri Fayyad dives into bins to find it.

Reach for the Stars: The perils of being a 90s pop star
Exhaustion, fist fights and no money: A new book, Reach For The Stars, uncovers pop's dirty secrets.

Good Friday Agreement: Gerry Adams praises David Trimble's peace bravery
Former Sinn Féin president says he only recently realised how difficult it was for the UUP leader.

Paternoster lift at Essex university is TikTok hit
Videos demonstrating the 1960s lift at the University of Essex have been watched millions of times.

The tech helping driverless cars see round corners
A trial in London used existing street cameras to help an autonomous car navigate city streets.

Coronation street party deadline is looming
If you want to close your street over the bank holiday weekend, you need to get your application in soon.

Israel judicial reform: Why is there a crisis?
Israel is facing one of the biggest internal crises in its history - here's why.

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Gwyneth Paltrow ski crash trial: Who's who
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Scotland 2-0 Spain: Steve Clarke's classy and clinical side give coming of age show
Scotland deliver a performance for the ages to vanquish a new-look Spain on an unforgettable night at Hampden, writes Tom English.

Wales boss Robert Page says his side have shown future can be bright
Robert Page says his Wales side have exceeded expectations by taking four points from their opening two European Championship qualifiers to top their group.

Women's Ashes 2023: Australia include Phoebe Litchfield in 15-player squad
Australia include teenage batter Phoebe Litchfield in their 15-player squad for the Women's Ashes against England.

Women's Six Nations 2023: England's Poppy Cleall and Amber Reed unavailable for Italy
England forward Poppy Cleall and centre Amber Reed will be unavailable for Sunday's Women's Six Nations match against Italy after sustaining knee injuries against Scotland.

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Can Humza Yousaf unite the SNP?
Humza Yousaf faces several challenges as he takes over as SNP leader and Scotland's first minister.

Who is the new SNP leader?
He was widely seen as the preferred candidate of the SNP establishment - including Nicola Sturgeon.

Humza Yousaf: What do young people want from new SNP leader?
BBC Newsbeat spent a week finding out what youth voters think about big issues in Scottish politics.

Humza Yousaf: We will be the generation that delivers independence for Scotland
Humza Yousaf has called on the party to unite behind him after he was elected as new leader of the SNP.

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Chris Mason: Old tensions to remain for SNP's new leader
The election of Humza Yousaf gives the SNP a softer political landing than a Kate Forbes victory.

How will Scotland's new first minister be appointed?
Humza Yousaf will face a vote in the Scottish Parliament on Tuesday before being confirmed as the country's sixth first minister.

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