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The move comes after British Gas was heavily criticised for practices around installing prepayment meters.
A livestream of Stephen McCullagh playing games at the time of death was pre-recorded, a court hears.
Edgardo Greco was wanted for the grisly murder of two brothers in Italy in 1991.
With train drivers in England on strike and teachers walking out in Scotland, what do you need to know?
Around 115,000 postal workers will walk out for 24 hours in a row over pay and conditions, says the CWU.
London's mayor challenged the consumer finance expert at a cost-of-living debate - as tempers rose.
Experts say there is a pattern of false allegations directed towards victims of police brutality.
There is widespread concern in F1 after FIA president Mohammed Ben Sulayem found himself embroiled in two separate controversies.
The stage in Liverpool is intended to give the impression of the contest "opening its arms to Ukraine".
He was speaking in Volgograd - formerly Stalingrad - to mark a World War Two anniversary.
A dispute breaks out over a football jersey claimed to have been worn by Jim Baxter in Scotland's 1967 victory over England.
Sean Dyche says Everton did try to recruit players in January but the quality of the signings "had to be better" than what the club already had.
Lucy Letby wrote a sympathy card to the parents of a baby she allegedly killed, her trial hears.
A new CCTV image is released of a potential witness in the disappearance of Nicola Bulley.
Wing Ollie Hassell-Collins will make his England debut in Saturday's Six Nations opener against Scotland at Twickenham.
The "significant operational error" was made during a road widening project in Stoke-on-Trent.
Andrew Innes tells a court he was "apocalyptically angry" when he killed Bennylyn Burke.
The Manchester United footballer was arrested amid allegations surrounding images and videos online.
What do people make of the Welsh Rugby Union decision to ban choirs from singing Delilah at games?
An independent investigation will take place in the bombing that killed 29 people in 1998.