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  • Which areas in England are worst affected by the housing crisis? And what’s pushing up prices?

Which areas in England are worst affected by the housing crisis? And what’s pushing up prices?

House building has not kept up with population growth in almost half of the local authorities in England, Sky News analysis has found.

Truss: ‘I’ll be your minister for the Union’. Sunak: ‘I’ll make Britain energy secure’

The two prime ministerial hopefuls have each pledged new commitments if elected - with Liz Truss saying she would take on the role of 'minister for the Union' and Rishi…

Body found in search for man who got into trouble in lake

A body has been found in the search for a man who got into trouble in a lake in Doncaster, the police have said.

MP who assaulted his wife should resign, Plaid Cymru leader says

An MP who assaulted his wife should quit and leave Plaid Cymru, the party leader has said.

Tory members still prefer Johnson to Truss and Sunak by a long way – poll

Most Conservative Party members still prefer Boris Johnson over either of the two candidates vying to take over as prime minister, a new poll shows.

More wildfires break out in baking heat as firefighters warn people not to take risks

More grass fires have broken out in scorching conditions - with firefighters warning that people are continuing to hold barbecues in parks and drop cigarettes out of car windows.

Nature reserve blaze caused by barbecue, firefighters say

The fire at a Dorset beauty spot tore through heathland and forced the evacuation of a nearby beach.

England drought: Everyone must rethink their water use, experts say

The call for wiser use of water comes as experts fear the England drought could last into next year.

Salman Rushdie off ventilator and able to talk

The Satanic Verses author was repeatedly stabbed while on stage at an event in New York state on Friday.

Anxious time for farmers forced to use winter stores in drought

David Exwood is happy with his crop of oats. Like other cereals, they've benefitted from rain in the earlier part of the year and then the heatwave ripened the crop…