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Trainer reseller Kick Game sprints towards £150m sale as demand booms
A footwear reseller which has developed a cult following among Gen-Z consumers has drafted in advisers to explore options including a £150m sale.
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.
Bourne Leisure founders check back into Butlin's in £300m deal
The family which jointly founded one of Britain's biggest leisure empires is finalising a £300m-plus deal to retake control of Butlin's, the holiday camps chain.
Economy shrinks - with Jubilee partly to blame
The UK's economy contracted by 0.1% in the second quarter, according to official estimates.
US car dealer Lithia Motors unmasked as mystery bidder for Pendragon
A US car dealership giant with a market value of over $7bn was the mystery bidder which made an offer last month for Pendragon, its British peer.
Boris Johnson admits cost of living support is not enough - but announces no new measures to ease burden of rising bills
Boris Johnson has admitted that the cost of living support the government is providing is not enough - but he refused to announce any immediate measures to combat spiralling household bills.
Should I opt out of my pension and use the money to pay for the rising cost of living?
Personal finance expert Gemma Godfrey has been answering your questions on the cost of living and money saving dilemmas: Could your pension contribution be put to better use for things like paying your bills?
Rail users face widespread disruption from train drivers' strike
A strike by train drivers on Saturday crippled large parts of the network and caused widespread disruption for rail passengers.
Cost of living crisis: Options for help will be 'ready' for new PM, says chancellor Nadhim Zahawi
Chancellor Nadhim Zahawi has said options to provide additional help to people to ease cost of living pressures will be "ready to go" on 5 September - but said it will be up to the new prime minister to take decisions on the matter.
Record number of jobs being advertised - with actors and dancers in high demand
A record number of jobs are being advertised, with big increases for actors, entertainers, driving instructors and dancers, according to recruiters.