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The Bank of England plans to buy £5 billion worth of bonds every day, completing a £65 billion programme to rescue the faltering Sterling.

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The rocketing cost of mortgage payments could result in the “mass forced sales” of homes, banks fear. High street lender HSBC issued the warning amid concern many homeowners could soon be paying £5,000 more a year to keep a roof over their heads.

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Accusations have been exchanged over who was to blame for the Nord Stream 2 explosion near Denmark.

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Letters have been opened by members of the royal household’s correspondence team after they flooded in after the Queen’s death.

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The UK and EU will meet for the first time in several months as they desperately try to resolve the bitter row over the Northern Ireland Protocol.

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An “urgent investigation” has been launched and there have been no arrests at this stage.

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On Friday, the US announced new economic sanctions on hundreds of Russian officials and entities in response to the Kremlin’s annexations.

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If there was one driving force behind George Michael’s ambition it was a desperate desire to win his father’s approval.

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Ed Sheeran has been ordered to stand trial in New York over claims that parts of his song Thinking Out Loud too closely resemble Let’s Get It On by Marvin Gaye. A judge denied the singer’s bid to dismiss the case, saying a jury should decide.

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The Take That star has openly admitted he was a player in the band’s heyday and long after but even he admitted he wished he hadn’t bragged about bagging most of the Spice Girls. Mel C opened up recently about the saga in her new autobiography, although she did actually date him…

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