Petrol retailers told to pass on fuel duty cut

Tesco shopper's plea to bring back till staff

Californian court declares law requiring women on boards unconstitutional

Job vacancies outpace unemployment for first time

Warning over shrinking school meals as prices rise

How Gen Z is hooked on cryptocurrency and NFTs

Global firms are boosting baby formula supplies in the US

Elon Musk warns Twitter deal stuck without fake account proof

Warning poorest households are struggling to get £150 energy rebate

Bank governor in 'apocalyptic' warning over rising food prices

Energy bills shake-up plans to avoid price shocks

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Petrol retailers told to pass on fuel duty cut
The government wants to ensure companies pass on tax cuts to motorists as diesel prices hit new highs.


Tesco shopper's plea to bring back till staff
Pat McCarthy says there are not enough staffed tills for those who struggle with self-service machines.


Californian court declares law requiring women on boards unconstitutional
The court said the law, which forced boards to have up to three women directors, was discriminatory.


Job vacancies outpace unemployment for first time
The unemployment rate falls to its lowest level for nearly 50 years between January and March.


Warning over shrinking school meals as prices rise
School caterers will have to shrink portions or use cheaper ingredients, a major food wholesaler warns.


How Gen Z is hooked on cryptocurrency and NFTs
A growing number of young people are getting into crypto trading - despite the risks.


Global firms are boosting baby formula supplies in the US
Nestle is flying in additional shipments from Europe as the US faces a shortage.


Elon Musk warns Twitter deal stuck without fake account proof
The deal to buy Twitter can't "move forward" without proof of spam account numbers, Mr Musk says.


Warning poorest households are struggling to get £150 energy rebate
Fuel poverty charity warns that low income households will wait longest for £150 council tax rebate.


Bank governor in 'apocalyptic' warning over rising food prices
Surging food prices are a "major worry" for the UK and other countries, Andrew Bailey warns.


Energy bills shake-up plans to avoid price shocks
Ofgem says a review every three months would allow households to benefit sooner from falling prices.


Diesel prices reach record of over £1.80 a litre
The RAC says prices rose to just over £1.80 a litre after the previous record was set in March.


Ryanair warns flight prices to Europe will rise this summer
Michael O'Leary warns high demand for European beach holidays will mean price rises.


Ukraine war: Global wheat prices jump after India export ban
World wheat prices have soared this year, pushing up the cost of everything from bread to noodles.


NHS prescription charges in England to be frozen
Not raising the fees for the first time in 12 years puts money back in people's pockets, ministers say.


'We use pawnbrokers to be able to pay for food'
People on low incomes are pawning their possessions to pay for essentials, a report suggests.


Drivers cut back on journeys as fuel costs bite
One UK petrol station operator tells the BBC motorists are making fuel "last a little bit longer".


Cost of living: Renters search for tenancies with bills included
The rising cost of essentials such as gas and electricity means tenants want rents to cover bills.


UK’s nuclear power push will add to energy bills, ministers say
Kwasi Kwarteng says there may be a "small effect" on energy bills under a new nuclear funding model.


Recession fears grow as rising prices hit spending
People spent less in shops and cut down on car journeys leading to the economy shrinking in March.


'Rising prices are harder on my money than the pandemic was'
Some 1.5m UK households will struggle to pay food and energy bills this year, a report finds.


Northern Ireland: Could the EU and UK face a trade war?
As tensions build over Northern Ireland, concerns of an EU-UK trade war have surfaced.


Tesco gives £6.6m to pig producers following plea
The move follows a public letter to the supermarket giant claiming farmers would go out of business.


Sri Lanka down to last day of petrol, new prime minister says
Ranil Wickremesinghe says the country's central bank will print money to pay government wages.