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Image for Ding! How the microwave became a cost of living ally that won over the top chefs
Ding! How the microwave became a cost of living ally that won over the top chefs Not only are they the cheapest way to cook – they’re also one of the best, according to these microwave loving chefs Lifestyle Society Wellbeing
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The plumber-led support network keeping people warm this winter As the cost of living crisis bites, a support network founded by a plumber is helping struggling households across the UK Economics Society Wellbeing
Image for Five allies helping us through the cost of living crisis
Five allies helping us through the cost of living crisis For the millions of people struggling to make ends meet, these money saving heroes have proven a lifeline in tough times Economics Money Society
Image for What went right this week: a ‘monumental victory’ for the planet, plus more
What went right this week: a ‘monumental victory’ for the planet, plus more South African communities claimed a big win over big oil, Europe’s night train revival gathered pace, and much more Conservation Environment Society Travel Wellbeing
Image for Salvaging crops and tackling a broken food system: meet the ‘gleaners’
Salvaging crops and tackling a broken food system: meet the ‘gleaners’ Across Britain, people are uniting to salvage unpicked produce. It’s a timely response to food poverty, farm waste and a broken food system Agriculture Environment Food Society
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How to tackle the UK cost of living crisis – four economists have their say From targeted help for the poorest, to investment in the green transition, here are four potential solutions to the cost of living crisis Economics Politics Society Wellbeing
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