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Inflation pressures build as pace of economic rebound 'appears to have peaked'
Inflation pressures facing UK firms hit record levels this month - amid signs that the pace of the economy's rebound from the coronavirus crisis may have peaked.
PMQS: PM apologises to rape victims for delays faced securing justice as Sir Keir Starmer says convictions 'plummeting'
Boris Johnson has apologised to victims and survivors of rape for the delays they have faced in securing justice.
COVID-19: UK reports 16,135 new cases - highest number of daily infections since 6 February
The UK has reported 16,135 new COVID-19 cases and another 19 coronavirus-related deaths in the latest 24-hour period, according to government data.
HMS Defender: Moscow releases footage it says shows Navy vessel being 'chased out' by Russian military
The Russian Defence Ministry has released footage it says shows HMS Defender being "chased out of Crimea waters" by military aircraft and vessels.
COVID-19: UK's vaccine rollout has saved 14,000 lives, and prevented 44,500 hospital admissions in England, says minister
The UK's vaccination rollout has saved more than 14,000 lives, and prevented 44,500 hospital admissions in England alone, including 2,500 in the past two weeks, according to vaccines minister Nadhim Zahawi.
Dating app Bumble closes for a week to let staff tackle 'collective burnout'
Bumble, the dating app where women make the first move, has closed its doors for a week to give its some 700 employees a "much-needed" break to destress.
HMS Defender's route was bound to spark a response from Russia - but is it just a war of words?
Britain will have known sailing a warship off the coast of Crimea - no matter how innocent or legal the passage - would provoke a response from Russia.
Brexit: The Chemical Brothers, Blur and Radiohead urge government to help musicians tour the EU
The Chemical Brothers, Blur, Primal Scream and Radiohead are among the artists urging the government to make it easier for British musicians to tour in the European Union post-Brexit.
Brexit: UK confident of changes being made to 'unsustainable' Northern Ireland Protocol
The UK government is confident of agreeing changes to the Northern Ireland Protocol with the European Union, MPs have been told.
COVID-19: Government changes rules to allow visiting officials and VIP fans to attend latter stages of Euro 2020 at Wembley
The government has changed its rules to allow football officials and VIP fans to attend games in the latter stages of Euro 2020 at Wembley Stadium.
COVID-19: Machine that can 'sniff out' coronavirus particles in the air goes on trial in North East
A revolutionary new system which can detect COVID-19 particles in the air is being trialled in the North East.
COVID-19: Why India is concerned about 'Delta plus' variant and a third wave - as 41 cases detected in UK
The "Delta plus" COVID variant is now a big concern for India's government and scientific community.
COVID-19: Travel industry holding day of action as it calls for sector to be reopened to save summer
The UK's travel industry is holding a day of action to put pressure on the government to reopen the sector and give more financial support to businesses.
Labour calls on government to intervene in possible Morrisons takeover
Labour has called on the government to intervene in any private equity takeover of Morrisons after the supermarket group was approached by a US buyout firm with a £5.5bn offer.
Pentagon UFO report: Researchers welcome release of government information about 'unidentified aerial phenomena'
The release of a report by the Pentagon, detailing what the US government knows about what it calls "unidentified aerial phenomena", is being seen as a moment of validation by members of the UFO community.
COVID-19: More than 20,000 lives could have been saved if first lockdown was introduced a week earlier, report says
More than 20,000 lives could have been saved in England if the first lockdown had been introduced a week earlier, according to a report from Imperial College London.
COVID-19: Changes to exams in 2022 and beyond likely because of pandemic, Gavin Williamson tells MPs
Changes could be made to exams in 2022 and thereafter to take into account the disruption faced by pupils because of the coronavirus pandemic, the education secretary has suggested.
'He's full of…': What the Queen and PM said about 'poor man' Matt Hancock
The Queen and Boris Johnson have held their first face-to-face weekly audience since the pandemic began and one of the hot topics was the health secretary.