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Cost of living: Keir Starmer set to call for energy price cap freeze   The Labour leader will set out his plan on Monday - with no detail yet on how the freeze would be funded.
Rail fares in England to rise below inflation rate, ministers say   The increase will also begin in March, rather than January, the government says.
Welsh Secretary Robert Buckland switches his support from Sunak to Truss   Robert Buckland tells a national newspaper Liz Truss is "the right person to take the country forward”.
Plaid leader tells MP who assaulted wife to quit   Adam Price says Jonathan Edwards' actions send "the wrong message to domestic abuse survivors".
Energy bills: Current support is not enough, says Boris Johnson   The outgoing PM says he is making sure money is in place for his successor to offer more help.
Labour leader Keir Starmer defends response to cost-of-living crisis   Some Labour MPs criticised leader Keir Starmer for being on holiday as the energy crisis deepened.
Why decisions on more cost of living action will have to wait   Boris Johnson says more help will be needed, but his government has said big decisions will be up to the new PM.
Liz Truss defends energy firms saying profit is not evil   The Tory leader hopeful says profit is not "dirty" and windfall taxes were about "bashing business".
UK economy shrinks as outlook on recession darkens   The economy shrank by 0.1% leading some experts to warn a recession could start sooner than expected.
Tory leadership election: Meet the overseas voters picking the next PM   Conservatives who are not UK citizens explain why they’re voting in the party’s leadership ballot.
Tories told not to criticise MPs' probe into Boris Johnson   It comes after allies of the PM dismissed an inquiry into whether he misled Parliament over Partygate.
David Lammy MP inadvertently breached code of conduct   Labour's shadow minister says he was "thoroughly embarrassed" by the accidental breaches.
Tom Tugendhat raised £120,000 for Tory leadership tilt   Liz Truss has yet to declare donations to her campaign in the latest MPs' Register of Interests.
Jonathan Edwards: Assaulted wife appalled by MP's return to Plaid   Emma Edwards says his reinstatement sends a message "that domestic abuse survivors don't matter".
Energy bills could go up before October price cap rise   The energy regulator says it's "possible" customers' direct debit payments will rise before October.
Tory leadership: I'd rather lose doing right thing, says Sunak   The former chancellor says he has a "moral responsibility" to help the poorest with energy bills.
Burglary, robbery and theft victims failed by police - watchdog   Forces in England and Wales often fail to identify and catch offenders, a watchdog finds.
Cumbria coal mine: Decision delayed until November   A ruling on the coking coal mine in Cumbria had been due in July but was then put back to August.
Tory Leadership: 10 more MPs announce support for Liz Truss   Chris Skidmore defects from Rishi Sunak's campaign blaming the ex-chancellor's position on the economy.
Liberal Democrats call for scrapping of energy price cap rise   An expanded windfall tax on energy company profits could be used to pay the shortfall to suppliers, Lib Dems say.
Jonathan Edwards: Wife assault MP to represent Plaid in Commons   Jonathan Edwards will represent Plaid Cymru again after being cautioned for assaulting his wife.
UK government argues MSPs do not have power to set up indyref2   UK ministers will argue in court that Holyrood cannot set up a referendum without Westminster backing.
Dafydd Wigley: Welsh independence less likely if Scotland stays   Former Plaid leader Dafydd Wigley says there would be a "greater focus" on a redesigned UK.
Energy bills forecast to hit over £4,200 a year   The average household could pay £355 a month, up from £164 currently, consultancy Cornwall Insight warns.
Boris Johnson defends leaving fuel crisis response to successor   Labour accuses the PM of leaving a "political vacuum", saying the government must act now.
Campaigners call for artificial grass tax   A new petition to the government is calling for a tax on plastic lawns to 'encourage more sustainable options'.
Queen to interrupt Balmoral stay to meet new prime minister   The Queen is expected to return to London to hold an audience with the new prime minister next month.
Tory leadership: Rishi Sunak vows more support for energy costs   The Tory leadership contender is accused of "another U-turn" as he pledges more money to ease costs.
Tory leadership: Truss living costs plan won't touch sides, Sunak says   But she says her tax cuts would boost incomes, as the Tory leadership rivals row over the economy.
Infected blood scandal victims in line to get £100,000   The PM wants payments to be made to survivors "as soon as possible", says Downing Street.
NHS demands cannot wait for new prime minister, says health secretary   The health secretary says hospitals could face "very serious challenges" this autumn and winter.
Gordon Brown demands emergency budget before 'financial timebomb'   Former Labour PM says an emergency budget is needed now because of the cost of living crisis.
Liz Truss not ruling out emergency payments, says Penny Mordaunt   Penny Mordaunt says Liz Truss's comments on how to help with the cost of living crisis had been overinterpreted.
Rishi Sunak: No hope of election win if inflation sticks   The ex-chancellor seizes on a warning from the Bank of England at the latest Tory leader hustings.
Energy bills: Labour to make cost of living statement 'soon'   Labour's Bridget Philipson says the party has been "consistently ahead of the government" on this issue – from the windfall tax to cutting VAT on energy bills.
Energy bills: James Cleverly on help for poorer and vulnerable people   James Cleverly says the UK has the highest tax burden for 70 years under Rishi Sunak, and higher than competitors.
Martin Lewis: Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss must set out energy bill plans   The consumer journalist says rising prices are a crisis on a scale with the Covid pandemic.
Liz Truss quizzed on 'no handouts' policy   The Conservative leadership frontrunner told the Financial Times she supported tax cuts to tackle the cost of living crisis.
Sunak quizzed over view that he is 'too rich' to be PM   Mr Sunak says that his policies as ex-chancellor were designed to help the most vulnerable with their bills.
Rishi Sunak insists he's the Tory contender to fix problems facing UK   The BBC's Nick Robinson reflects on the key takeaways from his interview with Rishi Sunak.
Tory leadership: How will the new party leader and PM be chosen?   Either Rishi Sunak or Liz Truss will become the UK's next prime minister.
Rishi Sunak: Former chancellor bidding for top job   A former finance analyst, Rishi Sunak's leadership bid has focused on his handling of the economy.
Liz Truss: bookies' favourite for Downing Street   A profile of Liz Truss, who is bidding to replace Boris Johnson as Tory leader and prime minister.
Conservative leadership: Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak policy guide   Boris Johnson's successor will be either Liz Truss or Rishi Sunak - find out what they plan to do if they win.
Tory leadership: Cost of living crisis focus for contenders for PM job   There is pressure for candidates to explain what they will do to help with rising bills and how they'll pay for it.
How UK Greens are learning from overseas allies   As they seek electoral growth, UK Greens are being advised by foreign parties with a share of power.
Tory leadership: Do Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak's tax pledges add up?   The two contenders promise tax cuts but have given little detail about how to pay for them.
Are we set for a general strike?   Rampant inflation is leading to demands for higher pay offers and promises of coordinated industrial action.
Why did Liz Truss U-turn over public sector pay?   Her campaign said regional pay boards could have saved billions but the plan has been dropped.
Chris Mason: Truss courts Johnson loyalists as Sunak faces jibes   Liz Truss continues to emphasise her loyalty to the outgoing prime minister, while Rishi Sunak stands accused of stabbing him in the back
Tory leadership: Next PM will have to grapple with economy quickly   While candidates to be PM trade blows many may be wondering whether economic help on offer is enough.
BBC debate: Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak fact-checked   Reality Check investigates some of the claims made in the BBC Tory leadership candidates' debate.
Tory leadership debate: Five key moments from Truss-Sunak clash   The main talking points as the final two candidates hoping to be PM go head-to-head in a TV debate.
Tory leadership: Who gets to choose the UK's next prime minister?   They are older, more male and better off than the UK average. What else do we know about Tory members?
The surprising joviality of Tory leadership votes   Rival camps are giving out hostile briefings, but many Conservative MPs are enjoying themselves.
Tory leadership contest: The big government plans put on ice for new PM   Tax, online regulation, pay and Channel 4's future are among the issues on hold during the Tory leadership race.
Tory leadership: What the diverse line-up means for UK politics   What does the diversity of candidates vying to be Conservative party leader and PM tell us about British politics?
Tory leadership: What candidates think about Northern Ireland Protocol   What do the would-be prime ministers want to do with the Northern Irish part of the Brexit deal?
Boris Johnson: The inside story of the prime minister's downfall   Laura Kuenssberg looks at what finally made the prime minister change his mind about quitting.
Boris Johnson: Fact-checking three years of the outgoing prime minister's claims   Some critics of Boris Johnson have questioned his honesty - we tested some of his most notable claims.
Chris Mason: Conservative leadership TV debate turns colleagues into opponents   The exchanges between five remaining Tory leadership hopefuls were a chance for renewal and combat.
Chris Mason: Debates can catapult or crush reputations   Scrutiny of the Tory leadership rivals is about to crank up and the next vote seems a long way off.
Keir Starmer's search for a vision goes on   The Labour leader is being urged to be more specific on policies and be more personal with voters.
Boris Johnson: What is a vote of no confidence?   The government has said it will introduce a confidence motion in itself.
Boris Johnson: The prime minister who broke all the rules   Boris Johnson reached the very top by defying political convention, but he has finally run out of luck.
Social media: Students grill TikTok and Meta over app dangers   Teenagers say reporting harmful content on TikTok and Meta must be made easier.
Resignation speech: 'No-one is indispensable' - Boris Johnson's statement in full   Boris Johnson says he's immensely proud of his government's achievements as he resigns outside No 10.
Boris Johnson: 48 hours of political chaos   The drama that led to Boris Johnson's downfall.
Who is Nadhim Zahawi? Iraqi refugee to chancellor   Iraqi refugee, Teletubby merchandise salesman, pollster, millionaire - meet the new chancellor.
In pictures: The rise and fall of a prime minister   The photographs that capture the rise and fall of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
General Election: When is the next one and could it be called sooner?   The decision to hold an early election usually rests with the prime minister.
Why Labour's leader has made peace with Brexit   Sir Keir Starmer's vow to "make Brexit work" feels like a moment for Labour after years of argument.
Chris Pincher: How No 10 changed its story on what Boris Johnson knew   No 10 is accused of not being truthful over what Boris Johnson knew about Chris Pincher allegations.
Sajid Javid and Rishi Sunak share more than a love of Star Wars   The two cabinet ministers quit within minutes of each other in protest at Boris Johnson's leadership.
What's happened to the 40 new hospitals pledge?   The Conservatives' 2019 manifesto promised 40 new hospitals across England - are they delivering on this?
Defence spending: Will the government break its promise?   The prime minister has made a fresh pledge on defence spending but has he broken his old one?
Male MPs wear 'hot flush' vests to simulate menopause   The event was organised in parliament by the Labour MP Carolyn Harris.
How might Boris Johnson be removed as PM?   The PM is clinging on but if his premiership does come to an end, here is how it might happen.
Scottish independence: How will indyref2 compare with 2014?   The debate over Scotland's future has been scrambled by factors such as Brexit and the pandemic.
Brexit: What is the Northern Ireland Protocol?   The Northern Ireland Protocol is at the centre of a dispute between the UK and the EU.
Chris Mason: G7 leaders meet amid political pressures at home   Behind the grinning photo ops of the G7 summit, world leaders grapple with their differing outlooks.
By-election results: Six takeaways for Tories from the doorsteps   BBC regional political editors on the view from the ground in two very different constituencies.
Chris Mason: What's the political mood?   The verdict of voters can't be ignored and there are challenges ahead for the UK's big political parties.
The Northern Ireland Protocol: What does each side want?   Can the UK, the EU and parties in Northern Ireland find a solution to the Northern Ireland Protocol?
Where do by-election defeats leave Boris Johnson's future?   Boris Johnson once again faces questions about his leadership following two defeats and a resignation.
NI Protocol: Does Boris Johnson have support for bill?   The bid to change post-Brexit trade procedures is set to prompt a row, writes our political editor.
Boris Johnson resignation: Did the outgoing prime minister meet his pledges?   Prime Minister Boris Johnson made promises on Brexit, immigration, taxes and health - did he deliver on them?
Europe is prepping for a trade war no-one wants   In the EU, the contingencies for a trade war with the UK are being put in place
House of Commons to be 'menopause friendly', Speaker Lindsay Hoyle vows   Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle signs a pledge to actively support staff going through the menopause.
Why are asylum seekers being sent to Rwanda and how many could go?   The government wants to send some asylum seekers to Rwanda, in a bid to reduce Channel crossings.
No confidence vote: What happens next for PM Boris Johnson?   Conservative MPs have voted on whether they want prime minister Boris Johnson to remain leader.
Sue Gray partygate report: The key findings at a glance   The senior official's report into lockdown parties in Downing Street has been published in full.
Boris Johnson: What threats does he now face to his job?   The mood among Tory MPs suggests the PM's woes are far from over, writes Nick Eardley.
Where does the U-turn journey end for Douglas Ross?   Political editor Glenn Campbell says questions are being asked about the Scottish Tory's leadership qualities.
Boris Johnson: What do voters in Clacton-on-Sea think of the prime minister?   Clacton's MP voted against Boris Johnson but do people in the town agree with him?
How Margaret Thatcher's secret Brahms phone was invented   Brahms was the UK's first portable encrypted communications system designed to allow talk securely.
Interview: A crisis would shake MPs into reform - Hannah White   Scandal-hit Westminster is in need of shock treatment, author Hannah White argues.





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