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Liz Truss will issue a stark warning to Conservative MPs returning to Parliament this week to stop undermining her or face a “monstrous coalition” of Labour and the Scottish National Party.
A No 10 source warned that the Prime Minister needed “time and the full backing of the party” to implement her plan to grow the economy. Read the full story
Cabinet ministers believe the Government is being unfairly held responsible for rising mortgage rates, with senior figures privately blaming the Bank of England (BoE) for the increases.
Ministers are privately accusing the BoE of being too slow to tackle inflation. They claim that the alleged sluggishness has already led to significant rises in mortgage costs in anticipation of an expected jump in interest rates next month – when several members of the Cabinet said they believed the BoE would effectively make up for lost time. Read the full story
Fly-tipping in England has surged 38 per cent since 2010, new data shows, as the Environment Secretary promised to end the “blight on our towns, cities and beautiful countryside”.
The rise has been accompanied by plummeting enforcement levels against waste crime offenders, with fines last year averaging just £2.50 per offender. Read the full story
JK Rowling’s views are “not worth death threats”, Ian McEwan has said, as he claims modern society has forgotten how to debate differences.
The Atonement author has defended fellow writer Rowling, who has faced abuse and threats for her views on the trans debate, with critics labelling her “transphobic” for expressing criticism of gender ideology and voicing concerns about female-only spaces. Read the full story
The Royal Navy has uncovered its largest-ever stash of crystal meth during an operation in the Arabian Sea.
HMS Montrose seized 870kg of crystal methamphetamine from a dhow after the frigate’s Wildcat helicopter tracked its  movements. Read the full story
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