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Cost of living: Fall in real wages intensifies as inflation hits earnings but jobless rate at lowest level since 1974
Real wages have dropped by 1.2% as regular pay growth fails to keep up with soaring inflation, according to the latest official figures suggesting the cost of living crisis may also be forcing the unemployed to seek out work at record levels.
One in four people skipping meals over rising cost of living worries, poll for Sky News suggests
Rising bills have meant one in four people have resorted to skipping meals, according to a survey of more than 2,000 Britons.
Cost of living: Minister 'somewhat surprised' at Bank of England's 'apocalyptic' food price warning
A Cabinet minister has said he was "somewhat surprised" to hear the Bank of England warn of "apocalyptic" food price rises.
Elon Musk says Twitter has to show spam accounts less than 5% for takeover to go ahead
Elon Musk has warned his planned $44bn (£34.6bn) deal to buy Twitter will not move forward until the company's chief executive publicly shows proof the platform has less than 5% spam accounts.
The surreal, but also real, problem of Britain's gas glut
The UK energy system is drowning in natural gas. There is so much of the stuff in this country that for the time being at least no-one is quite sure what to do with it.
Elon Musk responds with poop emoji after Twitter boss hits back over fake account concerns
Twitter's chief executive has hit back after Elon Musk put his deal to buy the platform "on hold" over concerns about fake user accounts.
Chelsea sale 'at risk' as ministers press Abramovich for fresh assurances over sale
The £4.25bn takeover of Chelsea Football Club has been thrown into fresh doubt amid a renewed impasse between owner Roman Abramovich and Whitehall over the deal's terms.
Cost of living: The price of women's clothing is increasing much faster than men's – here's why
Everyone in the UK is feeling the pinch from rising prices, but the pain is not being felt evenly.
Cost of living: Bank of England governor warns of 'apocalyptic' food prices due to war in Ukraine
The governor of the Bank of England has warned of "apocalyptic" food prices, saying he feels "helpless" amid soaring inflation.
Ex-Unicef UK chief spearheads Chelsea sale proceeds charity as deal hits obstacle
A former chief executive of Unicef UK is to spearhead the charity being set up to receive the proceeds of Roman Abramovich’s proposed £2.5bn sale of Chelsea Football Club, even as the controversial sale hit a potentially significant stumbling block.