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UK house prices rise at fastest pace since 2007 but boom predicted to end

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UK house prices rose by 9.8% last year, the fastest rate since 2007, but the boom is predicted to end this year as household finances come under increasing pressure, according to Halifax. The price of the average UK h...

UK petrol prices predicted to hit record high within days

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Motorists will be paying more than ever to fill up the tank by the end of October, according to petrol station owners, prompting a row over the cause of sky-high prices at the pumps. The Petrol Retailers Association (...

Australia ‘regrets’ France’s recall of ambassador as Aukus fallout predicted to last years

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Australia has said it “notes with regret” France’s extraordinary decision to recall its ambassador over the scrapping of a submarine contract – part of the Aukus military deal that experts said could damage relations ...

Left-leaning coalition predicted to win Norwegian parliamentary vote

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Norway’s left-leaning opposition has ousted the country’s Conservative-led government in parliamentary elections, exit polls have predicted, but the exact shape of the “Red-Green” coalition set to run the Nordic count...

Dominic Raab says no one predicted Taliban takeover of Afghanistan – video

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It was impossible to predict the Taliban would retake Afghanistan so swiftly after the withdrawal of international troops, Dominic Raab has said, arguing: ‘No one saw this coming.’Speaking to the media following his r...

Police predicted Streatham attacker would strike ‘when not if’ on release

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Police predicted that a convicted terrorist would attack the public when he was released from prison, less than a month before he went on a knife rampage in south London, an inquest has heard. MI5 and police officers ...

Cameron predicted lobbying would be the next big scandal – now he’s part of it

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One of David Cameron’s sternest predictions was that “the far-too-cosy relationship between politics and money” was “the next big scandal waiting to happen”. He was right. It has happened – and he is part of it. When ...