Thousands of shoppers could be affected A warning has been issued to people who shop at M&S, Aldi, Very and Argos. Just after the UK marked 100 days until Christmas 2021, it's been revealed that one of the UK's biggest delivery firms could be facing strike action - which would affect shoppers purchasing items from Aldi, M&S or Argos.
Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis has warned that thousands of families will be forced to choose between eating and heating this winter as gas bills are to rise. Brits will be expected to pay £139 more as next month the price cap on gas and electricity will be raised.
A new travel update has been released by the UK Foreign Office The Foreign Office has issued urgent advice for Brits travelling to Spain. Several small earthquakes have shaken the Spanish island of La Palma, keeping nerves on edge as rivers of lava continued to flow towards the sea and a new volcano vent blew open.
Tory ministers are set to make home-working jobs the norm - but it won't actually give you a cast-iron legal right to demand one. Here's everything you need to know about Thursday's announcement Working from home could become the norm for millions of Brits under changes to flexible working rights.
US travel is back on the cards for vaccinated Brits from November and holidaymakers are already planning trips with the likes of New York and Los Angeles proving particularly popular New York, Los Angeles and Orlando are amongst some of the top destinations Brits have been looking to book since the USA announced plans to lift its travel ban for vaccinated Brits from November.
Make the most of it! Brits bask in 73F sunshine on the LAST day of summer - ahead of wind and rain set to lash the north tonight
Temperatures have peaked at around 73F (23C) today with bright and sunny spells expected through the day Current temperatures are about 10F warmer than the average expected in the UK at this time of the year Parts of Scotland and the north west told to expect 'two bouts' of strong winds and rain starting this evening
As the build-up gathers pace for the big fight between Anthony Joshua and Oleksandr Usyk on Saturday, Chris Oliver looks at the main talking points ahead of the showdown at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. How big a test is this for Joshua? The world was led to believe the biggest fight in British boxing history was a done deal and set for August this year, only for the mouth-watering showdown between Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury to fall through just as fans finally began to believe it was actually happening.
Love Island Australia host Sophie Monk shared details of why US homes are rarely equipped with kettles. People have been left utterly baffled after discovering Americans don’t have kettles in their kitchens. Love Island Australia host Sophie Monk shared details of why US homes are rarely equipped with kettles.
A third of adults are worried they'll start to lose their sense of control as "normality" resumes - and are anxious about interacting with others again Half of Brits "finally" got on top of their home life and chores during lockdown - but a quarter are worried the end of restrictions will undo all their good work.
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Families face choice between ‘eating and heating’ this winter, Business Sec warns amid threat of rising bills
HARD-UP families face a gruelling choice between "eating and heating" this winter as millions risk soaring energy bills, the Business Secretary today admitted. to avoid Brits having to stump up hundreds of pounds extra for gas and electricity. Kwasi Kwarteng is holding emergency talks with suppliers
The blanket ban was imposed under Donald Trump, but will be lifted in the coming weeks It’s good news for Brits waiting to go state-side; The US Government has announced that double-jabbed UK tourists will soon be able to enter the US. A blanket ban on British travellers was imposed at the start of the coronavirus pandemic, and remains in place.
Brits to enjoy a four-day summer break thanks to additional day off next June Next year will see a new date added to the UK bank holiday schedule to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. The second May bank holiday - the spring bank holiday - has been moved to Friday 3 June because of the celebrations, and the additional day off will be taken on Thursday 2 June.
Millions of drivers are embarrassed about the state of their cars due to cleanliness, dents, scratches - and even its colour. A study of 2,000 car owners found one in six are self-conscious about the condition of their motor and almost half (49 percent) feel it deserves more care than it's currently given.
New Delhi on Tuesday warned the UK that its citizens would face reciprocal measures over London's new "discriminatory" Covid-19 rules requiring travellers from India to quarantine even if they are fully vaccinated. England and Scotland will ease pandemic restrictions from early October, but the list of countries with approved vaccines does not include India, despite the country using a locally made version of the AstraZeneca vaccine created in Britain.
One in four Brits admit they STILL fail to regularly recycle cardboard, glass and cans. A poll of 2,000 adults found a further 26 percent confess to not always putting plastic bottles in their recycling bin. However, 30 percent want to do more to improve their recycling habits, and a fifth believe the pandemic has caused them to recycle more than ever before.
Kwasi Kwarteng admitted that some families may have to choose between eating and heating their homes The Secretary of State for Energy has warned Brits it will be a "difficult winter" for families as energy prices continue to soar. Kwasi Kwarteng went on media today to talk about the action the Government is taking to try and keep electricity and gas prices as low as possible.
The world tilts on an Anglophone axis and France simply can't bear it To a Francophile such as myself it is no surprise that France has recalled its ambassadors from Australia and America. Nor that their government is bad-mouthing we Brits, or that military cooperation and trade talks are at risk as the French continue to fulminate at the Aukus submarine deal agreed last week.
Police have arrested three British men accused of subjecting a couple to a two-day Costa del Sol kidnap ordeal. The trio, believed to be known to UK police who had categorised them as “very dangerous”, were allegedly holding them against their will at their home in the holiday resort of Marbella when elite officers stormed the property.