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Property prices have risen at 10% or more a year for each of the last five months, the Nationwide says.
Household spending drove economic growth at a faster pace than previously estimated during spring.
The government announces the support as other schemes, including furlough, close.
Millions of homes and businesses have been hit due to a severe shortage of electricity.
Businesses are under intense scrutiny as President Xi attempts to narrow China's wealth gap.
Firms still relying on the job protection scheme call for more support as it is wound up.
Ms Kay has quit Ozy Media after reports one of its executives deceived potential investors.
The retail giant will pay sign-on fees to temporary staff as it recruits 20,000 seasonal workers.
Enstroga, Igloo Energy and Symbio Energy are the latest to go under, Ofgem announces.
The GB stickers motorists use when driving abroad are no longer valid after a change in UK rules.
Michael Murray, prospective son-in-law of Mike Ashley, could bag the bonus after he takes over the Sports Direct group.
The furniture giant says it understands that the discovery of the cameras "may be concerning".
Warehouse workers can no longer be sacked for time off task if they have good reason to take breaks.
Thousands of newly-retired people have not been paid their state pension owing to a backlog.
The UK retailer calls for the government to relax immigration rules for workers.
The business secretary denies there is a crisis in supplies and says the situation is "stabilising".
The deal comes as the cash-strapped firm faces another interest payment deadline on Wednesday.
The vast majority of its 67,000 US employees comply with the airline's Covid-19 vaccine policy.
The site in Somerset is 49% complete after five years of construction.
China hands out twice as much development cash as the US - mostly high-interest loans from state banks.