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Essential workers and transport companies seek priority for supplies as military put on standby
BoE governor says the bank would act to prevent higher inflation becoming persistent
A hard-won reputation for competence can very quickly be lost
No 10 seeks to prevent shortages and panic buying turning into ‘winter of discontent’
Generation Investment Management agrees $600m deal valuing start-up at as much as $4.6bn
Prime minister is betting on improvements to vocational training that experts say is badly underfunded in England
Shadow chancellor Rachel Reeves pledges £28bn to fund Britain’s ‘green transition’
Competition rules eased with half of garages outside motorway network estimated to have no fuel
Few expected the labour shortages now crimping developed economies — but few also now expect them to end soon
Shadow chancellor to counter Tory claims party would resort to excessive borrowing
Bill to UK taxpayer deemed too high amid effort to encourage more students into vocational training
Business leaders say government initiatives to let in more foreign workers ‘throwing thimble of water on bonfire’
Labour leader needs to show the public his values align with theirs
Call to back government plans with retirement schemes’ cash raises concerns on cost and complexity
Leader hails ‘important step’ after conference victory for party’s centrists
The prime minister has plans to transform the country. But does he have the skills to mobilise the government machinery?
Aukus is a clear example of how the UK’s new relationships can undermine diplomatic relations in Europe
Truck driver-shortage hits deliveries and leads to panic buying despite assurances of ‘ample’ fuel stocks
NEC agrees to raise number of MPs needed to approve nominations for contenders
Examining his speech to the UN General Assembly about why now is the moment to really tackle climate change
Shadow foreign secretary tries to set out an optimistic vision ahead of party conference
Temporary scheme for up to 10,000 foreign workers in transport and food in wake of fuel and supply disruption
Biden’s security pact with UK and Australia comes at the cost of deep resentment in Paris and Brussels
Winning industrial disputes is more important than attending the annual party conference
Technical problem hits vital automated border control system at airports across the country