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How Johnson, Sunak and other senior ministers previously condemned windfall tax

How Johnson, Sunak and other senior ministers previously condemned windfall tax

How Johnson, Sunak and other senior ministers previously condemned windfall tax

The Government had spent recent months dishing out criticism over the idea of a tax on oil and gas firms’ extraordinary profits.

Families ‘will still face enormous challenges in making ends meet’

Families ‘will still face enormous challenges in making ends meet’

Families ‘will still face enormous challenges in making ends meet’

Households will receive a £400 discount on their energy bills from October, among other measures to support people with living costs.

Crowds line streets for Bobbi-Anne McLeod’s funeral

Crowds line streets for Bobbi-Anne McLeod’s funeral

Crowds line streets for Bobbi-Anne McLeod’s funeral

A horse-drawn carriage took the 18-year-old’s coffin from her home in Leigham, Plymouth, to St Andrew’s Church in Royal Parade.

‘Deadly force’ was justified in restraint of Sheku Bayoh, officer tells inquiry

‘Deadly force’ was justified in restraint of Sheku Bayoh, officer tells inquiry

‘Deadly force’ was justified in restraint of Sheku Bayoh, officer tells inquiry

Pc Ashley Tomlinson was speaking at the inquiry into the death of Sheku Bayoh in Kirkcaldy in May 2015.

Prime Minister ‘apologised in person’ to cleaning staff over partygate treatment

Prime Minister ‘apologised in person’ to cleaning staff over partygate treatment

Prime Minister ‘apologised in person’ to cleaning staff over partygate treatment

MPs also told that Boris Johnson has ‘addressed the culture’ within Number 10 following the Sue Gray report

Ruth Davidson: Boris Johnson is treating country like fools over partygate

Ruth Davidson: Boris Johnson is treating country like fools over partygate

Ruth Davidson: Boris Johnson is treating country like fools over partygate

In her newspaper column, the former Scottish Tory leader has called on MPs to act following the Sue Gray report into Downing Street lockdown parties.

Insulate homes to curb soaring energy bills, Government is urged

Insulate homes to curb soaring energy bills, Government is urged

Insulate homes to curb soaring energy bills, Government is urged

Rishi Sunak has been forced to unveil emergency measures to counter the cost-of-living crisis.

New neighbourhood teams would improve patient access to GPs and NHS, report says

New neighbourhood teams would improve patient access to GPs and NHS, report says

New neighbourhood teams would improve patient access to GPs and NHS, report says

A study commissioned by NHS England calls for a more streamlined system for the way people access NHS urgent care in England.

Tributes paid to ‘beautiful’ and ‘independent’ grandmother found dead at home

Tributes paid to ‘beautiful’ and ‘independent’ grandmother found dead at home

Tributes paid to ‘beautiful’ and ‘independent’ grandmother found dead at home

A murder investigation is underway after the death of Mari O’Flynn in Bettws, South Wales.

Net migration to UK remained steady in first part of pandemic, figures suggest

Net migration to UK remained steady in first part of pandemic, figures suggest

Net migration to UK remained steady in first part of pandemic, figures suggest

Some 81,000 non-EU nationals are estimated to have left, compared to 332,000 arrivals.

US Congress delegation ‘most undiplomatic visit I’ve ever seen’ – Donaldson

US Congress delegation ‘most undiplomatic visit I’ve ever seen’ – Donaldson

US Congress delegation ‘most undiplomatic visit I’ve ever seen’ – Donaldson

Congressman Richard Neal led a delegation of US politicians in meetings with the Stormont parties on Thursday.

Dippy the Dinosaur returns to the Natural History Museum

Dippy the Dinosaur returns to the Natural History Museum

Dippy the Dinosaur returns to the Natural History Museum

The 85ft-long plaster cast of a diplodocus skeleton was first put on display in the London museum in 1905.

Choir sings from top of 163ft tower at Cambridge college

Choir sings from top of 163ft tower at Cambridge college

Choir sings from top of 163ft tower at Cambridge college

Ascension Day celebrates the Christian belief in the ascension of Jesus into heaven, 40 days after his resurrection at Easter.

Passenger trains could be blocked to prioritise freight during strikes

Passenger trains could be blocked to prioritise freight during strikes

Passenger trains could be blocked to prioritise freight during strikes

Union leaders will decide next week when to call strikes after workers overwhelmingly backed industrial action over jobs, pay and conditions.

Stormont Assembly recalled in new bid to elect speaker

Stormont Assembly recalled in new bid to elect speaker

Stormont Assembly recalled in new bid to elect speaker

DUP leader Sir Jeffrey Donaldson has said his party will continue to block a return of powersharing until there is action over the protocol.

Wealthy couple married for five months ‘spent 18 months fighting over money’

Wealthy couple married for five months ‘spent 18 months fighting over money’

Wealthy couple married for five months ‘spent 18 months fighting over money’

Mr Justice Peel, who oversaw the fight in a family court, has told how the pair “litigated bitterly” and ran up lawyers’ bills of more than £1 million

Rishi Sunak’s spending plans at a glance: a windfall tax and a universal grant

Rishi Sunak’s spending plans at a glance: a windfall tax and a universal grant

Rishi Sunak’s spending plans at a glance: a windfall tax and a universal grant

The Chancellor has set out a fresh emergency package for the cost-of-living crisis just two months after his spring statement.

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