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The UK government has provided an estimated £5 billion in support to assist families with energy costs throughout the winter season.


In a significant development, consultants in England have overwhelmingly voted in favor of accepting a revised offer from the government, marking the end of their strike action.


In a landmark move, the government has introduced the largest-ever cut to National Insurance Contributions (NICs), benefitting 29 million hardworking individuals across the UK.


Sadiq Khan, the Mayor of London, has urged the government to halt all sales of weapons to Israel, calling for accountability in light of the ongoing conflict. Khan raised concerns about the


British billionaire Joe Lewis, known for his ownership of Tottenham Hotspur football club, recently found himself embroiled in a scandal that saw him fined $5 million (£4 million) for insider


New laws to cut migration and put British workers first are now in force. These changes aim to reduce migration and prevent employers from undercutting British workers by hiring cheap labor


Sir Alan Duncan has once again criticized the Conservative Friends of Israel (CFI) organization, urging for the expulsion of its senior figures, Lord Polak and Lord Pickles, from the House of


Major UK supermarkets, including Tesco, Asda, Morrisons, and Sainsbury’s, have come under fire for allegedly excluding thousands of shoppers from accessing money-saving loyalty deals.


According to preliminary data released by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT), new car sales in the UK surged by approximately 10% in March compared to the same

Some UK airports will receive additional time to install state-of-the-art security scanners, potentially ending restrictions on small toiletries. The government plans to impose significant financial