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    Philip Rycroft says speeding row shows ‘real lapse of judgment’ as pressure grows for PM to launch ethics inquiry
  • Automated UK welfare system needs more human contact, ministers warned

    Exclusive: research reveals 350 low-paid workers a day are raising complaints about errors in benefit top-ups
  • Hunt reprimanded over wrongly implying UK public debt forecast to fall

  • Postal desert island: Mull’s residents cut off from civilisation by Royal Mail

  • UK government sells £1.26bn of NatWest shares

  • Braverman should go if she broke ministerial rules, says Starmer

  • Ryanair rebounds to near-record profit as summer bookings soar

  • Paralysed Swedish woman in London cannot return home due to bureaucracy

  • Wealthy firms buying Scottish land pose risk of greater inequality, study warns

  • Labour vows to reverse rise in suicides in England and Wales within five years

  • Sunak under pressure to launch ethics inquiry over Braverman speeding row

    • Suella Braverman ‘tried to get out of final vote on small boats bill’

    • Road safety groups hit out at Suella Braverman over speeding incident

    • Concerns over price rises for period products despite removal of tampon tax

    • Ladbrokes owner funded ‘dishonest’ lobbying against gambling reforms

    • Labour accused of meddling after vetoing local authority coalition plans

    • DUP urged to restore power sharing in Northern Ireland after Sinn Féin poll triumph

Analysis and explainers

  • A second reprieve for Suella Braverman could be a tall order

  • Suella Braverman: what are the allegations over her speeding fine?

    Home secretary allegedly asked civil servants for help after being caught speeding. Did she breach the ministerial code?
  • Sunak and Braverman must look beyond borders to resolve net immigration row

    Home secretary’s proposal to cut work visas likely to exacerbate post-Brexit staff shortages in low-wage industries
  • Pledges and apologies will not be enough to clear UK waters of raw sewage

  • How opponents of LTNs are adopting the climate-sceptic playbook

  • Why are leading carmakers urging UK to overhaul Brexit deal?

  • UK interest rate rises are taking the labour market off the boil

  • Greenwashing era is over, say ad agencies, as regulators get tough

  • What are Labour’s plans for giving foreign nationals the right to vote?

  • Sunak food summit promises star guest and lots of rhubarb

  • Scapa Flow Museum showing Orkney island’s wartime role up for top prize

  • Alison Hammond and Dermot O’Leary step in at post-Schofield This Morning

    Temporary hosts will take on presenting duties as Phillip Schofield tries to keep hold of his broadcasting career
  • Martin Amis, era-defining British novelist, dies aged 73

    The celebrated author of Money and London Fields, whose works defined the 80s and 90s literary scene, died of oesophageal cancer on Friday at his home in Florida
  • Pete Brown, countercultural poet, singer and Cream lyricist, dies aged 82

  • Fears looted Nazi art still hanging in European galleries

  • Queuegate and mocked at PMQs: what’s gone wrong for Phil and Holly?

  • New playwriting prize for comedy launched in honour of Victoria Wood

  • London nursery hit with record fine after mouse droppings found

  • Labour’s top team pushes Starmer to replace tuition fees with graduate tax

  • Childcare workers’ union to seek 25% pay rise after Labor budget snub

  • Class sizes in England could go up to 60 warn heads in funding pay row

  • Nigeria’s doctors furious over plans for five years of mandatory service

    MPs back new bill for medical graduates, designed to limit brain drain to countries including the UK and US
  • ‘Affordable and stress free’: how almshouses are the unsung heroes of UK social housing

    Experts say the model could work well for many people, not just the elderly, suffering in the UK housing crisis
    • Almshouse residents may live up to two and a half years longer, study finds

    • ‘I was completely rejected’: Manchester Arena survivor recalls struggle to get therapy

    • Disabled woman forced to sleep in hotel dining area ‘after booked room was unavailable’


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