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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.
UK govt to bring forward legislation on the legacy of the Troubles in Northern Ireland
The government is set to bring forward legislation on the legacy of the Troubles in Northern Ireland on Tuesday.
Northern Ireland Protocol: Truss to set out plans to rewrite arrangement after PM stressed need for 'insurance' policy
The foreign secretary is expected to set out plans for legislation to rewrite the Northern Ireland Protocol on Tuesday.
Infertile men may be twice as likely to develop breast cancer, study suggests
Infertile men may be twice as likely to develop breast cancer than those who have no difficulty fathering children, a study has suggested.
Cost of living crisis: Struggling pensioners in Wigan fear they won't survive another winter
"We've had two bad winters, and luckily we've got through it," Godfrey Ward tells me, "but I don't think we'll survive another one."
New Think Before You Link app to stop officials, businesses and academics getting duped by foreign spies
Social networking sites are being used by foreign spies to target thousands of government officials, businesses and academics.
Julia James killing: Man convicted of murdering police community support officer who was beaten to death as she walked her dog
A 22-year-old man has been found guilty of the murder of police community support officer Julia James.
Jake Daniels: Blackpool footballer, 17, comes out, becoming only openly gay male professional footballer in Britain
A 17-year-old player has come out, becoming the only openly gay male professional footballer in Britain.
Cost of living crisis: Minister says people could 'take on more hours' at work or move to a 'better paid job' to protect themselves from cost of living surge
A government minister has suggested that people struggling with the cost of living could take on more hours or move to a better-paid job.
Tumour-spotting 'metal detector' helps spot whether cancer has spread
A tool which has been likened to a metal detector could soon be used in the NHS to help determine whether a person's breast cancer has spread.