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Premier League seeks clubs' backing for gambling sponsor ban
The Premier League is asking clubs to support phasing out shirt sponsorship by gambling companies in a last-ditch effort to avert a government-imposed ban.
Food costs soaring as farms are crushed by visa shortfall
Labour shortages on British farms have left tonnes of food unpicked, costing millions of pounds and pushing food inflation as high as 20% at the farm gate, the agriculture industry has told Sky News.
Motorists arrested for driving too slowly on M4 in protests against high fuel prices
Twelve people have been arrested after protesters used "rolling roadblocks" to bring parts of the M4 to a standstill during demonstrations over high fuel prices.
Kellogg's loses legal challenge against new government food rules for high-sugar cereals
Kellogg's has lost a legal challenge against the government over new food regulations that would stop some of its cereals being prominently displayed in shops.
Nine tips to reduce how much petrol or diesel you use amid record fuel prices
Petrol has crept over £1.90 per litre, while diesel is not far off £2, and chancellor Rishi Sunak is considering calls for a more substantial fuel duty cut.
EasyJet chief operating officer Peter Bellew resigns amid growing anger over flight cancellations
EasyJet's chief operating officer has resigned amid growing anger over flight cancellations.
British families 'brutally exposed' to cost of living crisis due to 15 years of stagnant wages, report finds
Fifteen years of stagnant incomes have left families "brutally exposed" to the cost of living crisis, a report has found.
Will I get £400 energy rebate if bills are included in my rent?
Tenants fear they could miss out on a £400 energy discount after Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced a rebate for homes.
Number of pubs falls by 7,000 in a decade to lowest on record
There are 7,000 fewer pubs in England and Wales than there were 10 years ago, research has found.
Could you be replaced by a robot? One in three businesses plan to invest in automation due to staffing shortages, survey suggests
One in three businesses are planning to invest in automation as a top priority amid staffing shortages, a survey has suggested.
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