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Shoppers concerns come in the face of "soaring cost-of-living and bleak economic prospects", says research.


More and more people will get sick as they choose between skipping meals or heating homes, the warning says.


Lee Byer is charged with the murder of 87-year-old Thomas O'Halloran who was stabbed in west London.


A drought is officially declared in south-west Wales after heatwave causes water levels to plummet.


Emma Raducanu's dominant form at the Cincinnati Open ends as Jessica Pegula proves to be a step up in class for the British number one.


Comedian Matt Forde says a crying infant "derailed" his performance at the Edinburgh Fringe.


Zoe and Ben Sullivan explain how they've been cutting costs as the family’s energy and fuel bills double.


A former pupil of Edinburgh Academy also describes the private school as "hell on earth".


Friday's headlines include A-level results day, and reports of a plan to hire more foreign carers.


MPs should come back two weeks early on 22 August ahead of the energy price cap rise, the party says.


The two rowers survived in a life raft for more than five hours after their transatlantic rowing vessel sank.


Notorious Boston gangster James "Whitey" Bulger was beaten to death in prison in 2018.


US scientists have discovered a low-cost method for destroying chemicals associated with cancer.


The monks' infection rate was twice that of the townspeople, research reveals.


Manjula Patel serves traditional Gujarati vegetarian dishes at her popular restaurant, Manju's.


The proportion of under-30s spending a third of their pay on rent is at a five-year high, data suggests.


The war in Ukraine has prompted Latvia to crack down on support for the Kremlin.


From recycling props to melting down materials, the film industry is making efforts to be less wasteful.


A selection of the best photos from across Africa and beyond this week.


While there are benefits to ending the week at home, Friday after work drinks could be fizzling out.


The singer’s new single, Somebody, is his first song since finishing second at Eurovision in May.


The mum of an American journalist beheaded by the Islamic State met her son's killer to forgive him.


António Guterres makes the warning during a summit with Ukrainian President Zelensky in Lviv.


Great Britain's Jake Heyward wins silver in the 1500m and Eilish McColgan takes 5,000m bronze at the European Championships in Munich.


Cristiano Ronaldo doesn't have an obvious next destination as he considers his Manchester United future, according to the BBC Radio 5 Live Euro Leagues podcast team.


England can still beat South Africa in the first Test but "must win" day three at Lord's, according to pace bowler Stuart Broad.


Marco Jansen and Keshav Maharaj combine for a counter attacking 72-run partnership to give South Africa a 124-run lead on day two of the first Test at Lord's.


How closely have you been paying attention to what's been going on over the past seven days?


Chris Sutton takes on GK from Bad Boy Chiller Crew to pick his winners and losers from this weekend's Premier League games.


An extraordinary week in Australia has left even constitutional experts scratching their heads.


Heavy rainfall this week has caused flooding across parts of England, Scotland and Wales.


Russ Edwards climbed Blackpool Tower's flagpole for a "once-in-a-lifetime" photo at the town's air show.


The BBC's Abdujalil Abdurasulov joins a team guiding Ukraine's attacks on the war's front line.


Thousands of rail workers are striking in August in an ongoing row over pay, jobs and conditions.


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