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Tory conference: We must stay the course, insists Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng
Kwasi Kwarteng will defend his tax cuts during his Conservative Party conference speech.

Ground should have been laid for tax cuts, admits Liz Truss
But the prime minister says she sticks by her mini budget, despite a bad reaction from the markets.

Liz Truss: The prime minister's claims about the economy fact-checked
Prime Minister Liz Truss made claims on growth, borrowing costs and mortgage rises.

Liu Jingyao and Liu Qiangdong: Chinese billionaire sexual assault case settled in US
A closely-watched case where business titan Richard Liu was accused of rape was settled hours before trial.

Drax: UK power station owner cuts down primary forests in Canada
The owner of the UK's biggest power station, Drax, is cutting down key forests in Canada.

Cost of living: Energy bills rise but help cushions blow
A two-year government-set cap means price rises taking effect on Saturday are lower than expected.

UK not in recession, new figures suggest
The economy grew in the second quarter of this year, but it remains smaller than pre-Covid levels.

Energy price cap: Three things to do as bills go up
Millions are seeing their energy bills go up, but there are ways to help ease the mounting costs.

When are the £400 energy rebate and other cost-of-living payments due?
All UK households will get a grant which will reduce energy bills by £400 from October.

Cost of living tips: How to cut energy and heating costs in your home
Consumer Affairs Correspondent Colletta Smith has picked out some of the best ways to cut costs in your home.

Next warns weaker pound could prolong cost of living pressures
The retailer says many clothing and homeware factories price goods in dollars, so costs are likely to rise.

Cost of living: Milk and cake prices rise, but fruit gets cheaper
Food inflation soared to its highest rate on record in September, according to an index.

Energy bills: Householders urged to read meters before October price rise
The average annual household energy bill in the UK will rise from £1,971 to £2,500.

Bank of England economist hints at 'significant' rate rise
The central bank's chief economist signalled in a speech it could not be 'indifferent' over the pound's slump.

Energy firms must offer more help on bill payments, Ofgem warns
The energy watchdog says all bar one of the energy firms need to improve their support to customers.

Workers rush to take second jobs: 'I felt I had no choice'
More and more people are being forced to turn to additional jobs, according to a report by Royal London.

Falling pound: What does it mean for me and my finances?
The value of the pound touched a record low against the dollar on Monday after big tax cuts were announced.

Train strike: Worst rail disruption of year as workers walk out
Large parts of Britain are without train services as rail workers in four unions go out on strike.

What happened to the UK economy, pound and mortgages this week?
The last seven days have been a rollercoaster with mortgage costs and the pound thrown off course.

Train strikes: What are the dates and where is affected?
Thousands of transport workers are striking in an ongoing row over pay, jobs and conditions.

Phil Collins and two Genesis bandmates sell song catalogue for a reported $300m
The deal is one of the biggest in music history, approaching the sum paid for Bob Dylan's music.

EU agrees windfall tax on energy firms
The EU has agreed to implement levies on energy firms which are benefiting from soaring gas prices.

King Charles: New coins featuring monarch's portrait unveiled
Centuries of tradition are followed as King Charles faces left - the opposite way to the Queen.

US suggests Russia could be behind Nord Stream gas leaks
US Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm tells the BBC its unlikely Nord Stream leaks are coincidence.

Nike feels squeeze from strong dollar and discounts
The sportswear giant's shares fell by more than 9% in after-hours trading in New York.

Kwasi Kwarteng: We stopped consumer spending collapse
Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng says he will stick to his tax cut plan despite days of market turmoil.

Mini-budget: PM to meet head of OBR following market turmoil
Liz Truss and the chancellor will meet the OBR as a group of MPs call for its forecast to be released.

Government is undercutting UK institutions, says former Bank governor
Former Bank of England governor Mark Carney accuses Downing Street of working at cross-purposes with the Bank.

Can electrical stimulation improve your gym workout?
Whole-body EMS suits are the new big thing in fitness, but do they work?

Finland wants to transform how we make clothes
Firms behind innovative fibres says they can make fashion a more sustainable business.

Israel's fast-growing trade ties with the UAE
Business between Israel and the UAE is booming two years after the Abraham Accords.

Pay gap: Will Gen Z salary-sharing on TikTok make a difference?
Shifting views are tackling the taboo of talking salary - will this help improve pay equity?

House of Zana owner hopes Zara trademark win will inspire others
Amber Kotrri says since her victory other businesses said they also received letters from Zara.

The banker who swapped finances for fighting
Manya Klempner explains why she left the world of banking to set up a business running boxing clubs.

Is Finland's Wood City the future of building?
New public buildings in Finland have to incorporate more wood, which is leading builders to innovate.

Japan's push into 'deep tech' innovation
Japanese start-up firms are developing next-generation solar panels and microchips.

How King Charles helped save British farmhouse cheese
The new king helped drive a renaissance in British cheesemaking when the industry was in crisis 30 years ago.

The firms making flour from mushrooms and cauliflower
The search for wheat alternatives is being driven by a demand for healthier diets and food security.

Pet perks tempt staff back into the office
Some businesses are giving staff incentives to get them back into the workplace.

Ring doorbell inventor shares advice... about advice
Jamie Siminoff, inventor of the Ring wireless doorbell, shares his advice for the CEO Secrets series.

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