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Like Idris Elba, I had to go to therapy for being a workaholic

It’s far too easy to get sucked in - it’s a socially acceptable addiction

Conservative conference 2023 agenda: The key issues to arise from the Tory events, from HS2 to ECHR membership

Conservative Party chair says Tories will enter next general election as 'underdogs'

Are the Tube strikes cancelled? Why the London Underground strike dates in October 2023 have been called off

The union said the strikes had been called off after "significant progress"

Matty Healy has woefully misunderstood what we want from a 21st-century rock star

The 1975 frontman has attempted to explain his problematic behaviour in recent months by saying he was playing a character - but in 2023, sincerity is the key

Will HS2 be scrapped? Why the Manchester leg could be cancelled and what it means for the rest of the project

The Prime Minister may use Wednesday's conference speech to announce the decision, but is likely to soften the blow by spending on other projects for the North

Are trains running tomorrow? What the rail strike on Wednesday 4 October means for train travel around the UK

Aslef general secretary Mick Whelan said union members have not had a pay rise since 2019 and are struggling with the increased cost of living

Latest Tory party conference news as Sunak faces anger from Tories, businesses and northern leaders over HS2

The Prime Minister is expected to hold an emergency Cabinet meeting to sign off the measures during the party conference

Drinking dark tea every day may help control blood sugar to reduce diabetes risk

The results were true even after taking into account established risk factors known to drive the risk for diabetes, including age, gender, ethnicity and body mass index

Right-wing Republican files bid to oust House Speaker Kevin McCarthy

Matt Gaetz and other hardline Republicans are angered that Mr McCarthy relied on Democrat votes to pass a bill that avoided a government shutdown at the weekend

What do bedbugs look like? How to tell if you have an infestation and what you can do to prevent it

With the blood-sucking pests causing havoc in post-Fashion Week Paris, here's how to keep them at bay while travelling - and in your home

UK to send prisoners to serve time abroad, Justice Secretary Alex Chalk says

Prisoners would be sent to serve time in overseas under plans to tackle overcrowded jails

State pension set to rise 8.5% as Jeremy Hunt indicates triple lock will be honoured in full

The Chancellor warned against breaking a manifesto promise amid speculation the state pension triple lock could be revised downwards

London Tube strikes planned for this week called off by RMT union

London Underground workers had planned to walk out on Wednesday and Friday

Boy, 12, struck by lightning playing football in Hertfordshire left in critical condition

A man in his 50s was also hit by lightning during the incident at the Sele School

Is Royal Mail tracking down? Why the service is not working today and what to do if you are expecting a parcel

The problem started on Monday and has continued into Tuesday morning, with hundreds of people logging complains with online outage tracker Down Detector

How We Manage Our Money: Couple on £1.5k a month relying on single income as business grows

Alice Ojeda is not currently taking a salary from her business and the pair rely on her partner's income

Will Luke Donald captain Europe again? Can LIV Golfers return? Ryder Cup 2025 talking points

Donald says he will consider staying on as Europe's captain for 2025

Explosion illuminates Oxfordshire sky after lightening strikes recycling plant

The lightening strike caused a biogas tanks to explode, lighting up the sky north of Oxford in orange

What I saw at Tory conferences made me never want to go again

I had to lie, fight, cheat to get into the best parties at conference, and I almost always left full of regret

How much has your house price really gone down?

House prices could have fallen further than expected when taking into account high inflation

Tory party conference: Where is the Conservative Party conference 2023? The Manchester location explained

The future of HS2 and the forthcoming general election are dominating the UK’s political landscape

Is the Elizabeth Line running on Wednesday? What the Tube and train strikes mean for TfL rail services

Neither strike is directly affecting the Elizabeth Line, meaning trains will be running, though it may experience some knock-on effects

Fiji star Josua Tuisova was told his son, 7, had died hours before crucial Rugby World Cup clash

Tuisova will not attend the funeral as he remains at the World Cup in France for Fiji's match against Portugal

What was the Oxford explosion? How a lightning strike at a recycling plant sparked a huge fireball

'I was sitting in my kitchen when the whole room lit up with a brilliant white light,' said one Oxford resident

£40,000 drones and huge tifosi: Newcastle ready for Champions League party 20 years in the making

European football returns to St James' Park after 20 years on Wednesday with PSG's visit after 'unprecedented demand' for tickets

Why Labour still fears a nasty surprise at the election

There’s a superstitious fear that the Tories might possess some kind of secret, tricksy way to magic up a majority

Is the Overground running on Wednesday? What train strike means for London travel after Tube walkout cancelled

London Overground is not affected by the train drivers' strike, and should run as normal on Wednesday

Rationing paper and classes of 90 kids: private schools have no idea how hard we have it

Our school budget is so tight I have called the private school down the road for help

Covid Inquiry: No 10 rewrote scientific advice on social distancing

Chief scientific adviser Sir Patrick Vallance wrote in his diary that it was 'extraordinary' that Sage advice on social distancing had been 'cherry picked' by Downing Street

HS2 route map: What the rest of the rail project could look like if the Manchester phase 2 leg is scrapped

Rishi Sunak is set to call an emergency Cabinet meeting on Tuesday at the Conservative Party Conference to discuss the future of HS2

Why lost millennial and Gen Z women are flocking to tarot and palm reading

The cosmic world might not hold the answers for everyone, but that doesn’t mean it doesn't work for anyone

Is there a Tube strike tomorrow? How London Underground strikes this week affect TfL travel and dates in full

Most London Underground lines will not operate during the two days of industrial action

Thousands of cancer patients hit by NHS strikes as medics warn walkouts could run into winter

Appointments for CT scans, MRIs and X-rays will be postponed as radiographers join junior doctors and consultants on strike at hospitals across England

School trips plummet since pandemic with northern children hit hardest, English Heritage reveals

On average, sites in the South East of England received 4,459 visits in the 2022 to 2023 academic year, eight times as many as sites in the North West (565)