Partygate: No 10 braced for Sue Gray's report into lockdown parties

The senior civil servant's report into Downing Street lockdown parties is to be sent to No 10 later.

Cost of living: Government plan to help households could come within days

Measures could be announced as soon as Thursday after growing pressure on Downing Street, the BBC learns.

3D images to replace traditional 'missing person' posters

Missing persons posters will also feature QR codes which, when scanned, will show them smiling or laughing.

Rail strike: RMT union votes for national action

RMT members vote in favour of strike action across Network Rail and 13 train operating companies.

Energy price cap: Typical energy bill set to rise by £800 a year in October

Industry regulator Ofgem warns households that they should expect higher energy bills this winter.

Chelsea: Premier League approves takeover deal from Todd Boehly consortium

The Premier League approves the £4.25bn takeover of Chelsea with the consortium, led by US businessman Todd Boehly, passing its owner's and directors' test.

Mining giant pleads guilty to UK bribery charges

Glencore's UK subsidiary pleads guilty to bribery in London, while the firm resolves similar US claims for $1bn.

Partygate: Insiders tell of packed No 10 lockdown parties

Staff describe bins overflowing with bottles, people sitting on each other's laps and colleagues sleeping in the office.

New MPs' code of conduct to tighten lobbying rules

But the proposals from the Commons standards committee do not go as far as banning second jobs.

No UK official forced Nazanin to sign confession - minister

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe says a UK official told her to sign a false confession before she was freed.

Chance of Troubles prosecutions 'vanishingly small', says NI secretary

A new bill on the legacy of NI's Troubles has passed its second reading by 285 to 208 votes

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