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Two UK energy firms say a plan to offer discounts on bills could fail if people are not offered more.
Customers on fixed deals will receive a discount, but not every tariff will end up the same.
John Lewis, Waitrose, Homebase and Primark have all said they will shut on Monday 19 September.
A "fiscal event" to outline funding to tackle the cost-of-living crisis is still due to take place.
Transport bosses say they expect "unprecedented" numbers on railways and roads in London.
The government will borrow tens of billions of pounds to limit energy bill rises. What does it mean for you?
The Women's Euro Championship helped boost growth though expansion was weaker than expected.
Officials are concerned at the yen's slide to its lowest level against the US dollar in 24 years.
Sir Tom Scholar's sacking compromises the civil service's independence, a former cabinet secretary says.
Firms will get energy price support for six months, but they say many questions remain unanswered.
Nargis Begum, from Sheffield, died after her car broke down on the M1 and was hit by another vehicle.
Energy suppliers will adjust fixed tariffs under the government's plan to cap customers' bills.
The UK's central bank postpones its meeting by a week "in light of the period of national mourning".
Postal workers and train staff have postponed walkouts, while some shops have said they will close.
We're used to seeing Queen Elizabeth II's portrait and coat of arms in our change and on cereal boxes.
Government support with rising energy costs is welcome but may not be enough, say campaigners.
Model and equestrian Eve Jobs appears unimpressed by the tech giant's new features on its latest iPhone.
The new prime minister unveils a multi-billion pound plan to limit energy bill rises from October.
Households and businesses remain nervous over rising energy costs as the PM announces new measures.
The European Central Bank takes strong action as it tries to cool rapid price growth in the eurozone.