Around 10 million trees border Britain's rail network dropping thousands of tonnes of leaves onto tracks every autumn, landing the industry with an estimated seasonal bill of £345m.
Jingye Group has indicated that British Steel's two blast furnaces will not be commercially viable without hundreds of millions of pounds of taxpayer support.
Business Secretary Jacob Rees-Mogg says messages asking for people to provide personal or financial details to receive support should be treated as fraudulent activity, as no applications are required.
A reduced timetable has been published, showing that just 11% of rail services will run today, with some areas having no trains.
A proposed ban on multibuy deals for junk food - such as "buy one, get one free" offers - is being delayed until October 2023.
The prime minister defends the decision to present last week's mini-budget without an accompanying forecast from the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) due to the need to respond rapidly to rising energy prices.
Some areas, particularly areas of Northern Ireland, had a steep drop off in job openings as businesses faced a 'long wait' for energy bill supports
A bill funding the federal government through Dec. 16 passed the U.S. House of Representatives on Friday, avoiding an embarrassing partial shutdown less than six weeks before the midterm elections when control of Congress is at stake.
Around two-thirds of adults in the United States do not plan to get updated COVID-19 booster shots soon, according to a survey conducted by the Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF), a health policy nonprofit organization.
Hurricane Ian slammed into South Carolina on Friday afternoon, making another landfall after a deadly march across Florida that washed away houses, stranded thousands and left an unknown number of people dead.
The IMF also recommended against fiscal policies not targeted towards specific groups, saying that the plans as they are will benefit the rich rather than those who really need help.
Asked what the government could do to resolve the economic situation, Sir Charlie Bean said: "The ideal would be to get a Tardis and go back and undo the errors."
The Bank asserted yesterday that it is happy to push the brake on the economy by raising interest rates while the government presses the accelerator by cutting taxes.
About half of UK mortgage providers have suspended their offer of home loan buying products and more have hiked rates as a result of the "volatile" market.
Sir Keir Starmer pledged to set up a publicly owned clean energy company within the first year of a Labour government in his keynote speech at the annual party conference in Liverpool.
The Royal Mint says coins bearing the effigy of the King will enter circulation in line with demand from banks and post offices, and will circulate alongside coins featuring the Queen "for many years to come".
Rachel Reeves, the shadow chancellor, will say on Monday that the proposal is a "real plan" for "growth", "the climate" and "levelling up".
One think tank called it "the most dramatic, risky, and unfounded mini-budget" in history, but Kwasi Kwarteng was quick to deny suggestions he was gambling with the economy.