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Rescuers find body parts after deadly avalanche on Italian glacier
Rescuers have found body parts in the search for hikers missing after a powerful avalanche killed at least seven people in Italy.
Cost of living: 'Biggest tax cut in a decade' takes effect to help 30 million people
The amount you can earn before having to pay national insurance (NI) has been raised from today, a move Boris Johnson has described as the "biggest tax cut in a decade" to help with the rising cost of living.
How new chancellor Nadhim Zahawi could affect the UK's economy and taxes
It is tempting, given the UK has a new chancellor and given Downing Street is dropping heavy hints about tax cuts, to start wondering out loud about what the past 24 hours' events mean for economic policy.
How could Boris Johnson be ousted as PM? The 1922 Committee election could be key
Boris Johnson has insisted he will be staying in Number 10 despite a string of high-level resignations over the Chris Pincher scandal.
Boris Johnson says 'of course' he will be prime minister tomorrow at committee probe amid avalanche of resignations
Boris Johnson has said he will "of course" still be prime minister tomorrow despite facing an avalanche of resignations from members of his government.
What happens if Boris Johnson resigns and how could he be removed if he doesn't?
Boris Johnson's landslide general election victory in 2019 secured his position in Number 10, but he can only stay in post with the backing of Conservative backbench MPs.
Chancellor Nadhim Zahawi says 'nothing off the table' on tax cuts and calls for caution on public sector pay rises
Chancellor Nadhim Zahawi has said there is "nothing off the table" on tax cuts as he called for caution on public sector pay rises.
Carlos Santana 'doing well' after collapsing on stage: 'I forgot to eat and drink water'
US guitarist Carlos Santana has said he "forgot to eat and drink water" after collapsing on stage during a show in Michigan.
Uvalde school shooting: Police missed chance to shoot gunman waiting for permission from supervisor
An armed policeman at the Uvalde school massacre had an opportunity to shoot the gunman but missed his chance waiting for permission from a supervisor, according to a new report.