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‘We’ll press ahead with tax cuts’ says minister amid market turmoil

Cabinet ministers ‘to be told to make efficiency savings’ amid growing Tory backlash over mini-Budget chaos


Hurricane Ian makes landfall in Florida as winds hit 150mph

More than 2.5 million people in Florida were under mandatory evacuation orders on Wednesday


Martin Lewis stuns viewers saying he has no answer to financial crisis

Mortgage interest rates could soon hit 6% - hammering households


Are... side partings cool again? How the millennial hairstyle is back

Gen-Zers have called it “cheugy” on TikTok, but the side parting is making an unlikely return to the runway


Farmers attempt ‘longhouse’ for family and animals on Grand Designs

Can a couple of novice farmers create a modern version of the medieval longhouse in the windswept Derbyshire Dales?


Tom Hanks says he’s made four “pretty good” films, here are our picks

Narrowing down Hanks’s films to a top four is like having to choose a favourite pet

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Cara unveils new collection in Paris

Amsterdam premiere in London

The Emmy Awards

Kate Moss holds dinner for Cosmoss

Premiere of Don’t Worry Darling

Venice Film Festival 2022

A Visible Man book launch party

The Soho House Awards

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Don’t use diversity as a buzz word or tick box, says Stormzy

The British rapper has been honoured with the diversity champion award at the Association of Independent Music Awards


Trafalgar square fourth plinth: Who was John Chilembwe?

John Chilembwe has been inspirational to many leading figures of black liberation


The Greatest Beer Run Ever: crack open a tin, it’s a tonic

Undemanding but delightful, and a tender portrait of loving bar-room bros


Who is Britain’s first black Chancellor Kwasi Kwarteng?

Liz Truss’ new Harvard-educated right-hand man has a reputation for confidence (and swearing). Katie Strick charts the rise of the man promising to “break the cycle of stagnation” with £50 billion of tax cuts

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The Escapist

I left Hackney for Hollywood — I miss the thrill of London every day

He moved to Los Angeles a decade ago, but Simon Stephenson always knew his latest thriller novel had to be set in London. He explains why the British capital will always have the edge on other cities

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London’s best restaurants for a second date

The first date is an ice-breaker, but it’s the follow-up that counts. Clare Finney on the spots that get it right

Events and Things To Do

Proposal launched for Queen Elizabeth II memorial gardens at Palace

Initially conceived for the Queen’s 90th, the updated plans now have support from London’s Environment Committee chair Zack Polanski


From Bleecker to Blacklock, the 14 best burgers in London

Ben McCormack on the capital’s perfect patties, from beef as well-hung as Mark Wahlberg in Boogie Nights to cheeseburgers with serious social clout

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Ade Thomas: ‘Emobility needs to be affordable, simple, intuitive’

On the eve of World EV Day, its founder explains how companies should be inspiring more consumers to jump on the electric bandwagon

Plug It In

Cost-of-living crisis: ‘Electric cars are still cheaper to run’

Despite the soaring electricity prices, research shows you’ll still save money running an EV ‒ plus top tips from the experts on how to save even more

Plug It In

‘Dear Chancellor, please scrap outdated VAT laws for EV drivers’

Ahead of tomorrow’s mini-budget, Quentin Willson, founder of FairCharge, urges the government to protect electric car drivers

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Buying & Mortgages

Your essential guide to buying your first home in the current market

From government schemes to innovative new lenders, here are the initiatives giving first-time buyers a leg up on the ladder as Help to Buy winds down

Property News

London homes under £425k — now stamp duty free for first-time buyers

Ten London homes priced below the new stamp duty threshold for first-time buyers


Here’s what you need to know about energy ‘meter reading day’

The cost of energy is increasing on Saturday 1 October. Here’s when to submit your meter reading to make sure you aren’t charged more for energy you used in cheaper times

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Away Game: Kenya’s Borana reserve is your wildest dream

Recall The Lion King’s Pride Rock, teeming with wildlife? Kenya’s Borana reserve is just like it, finds Joanna Taylor

ES Magazine

What to Do and See in London This Week 16th-22nd September

Take your pick of naughty novels, Bowie biopics and sculptures you can park your derrière in this weekend

ES Magazine

SS Daley’s latest collection is a charming ode to lesbian love

The designer’s fairytale show was inspired by love letters between Vita Sackville-West and Violet Trefusis…


Sonos Sub Mini review

Does the audio label’s new launch live up to the hype?


Dogs can sniff out the scent of stress, new study suggests

Researchers say the skill could be useful when training service dogs and therapy dogs.

Meta takes down Russian misinformation network

The operation centred around roughly 60 websites that spread misinformation around the Russia-Ukraine conflict

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Best DIY reusable advent calendars for Christmas 2022

Planning a greener Christmas? Abha Shah presents the calendars to reuse year after year