A typical household will pay no more than £2,500 a year in energy bills for the next two years.
Chef Tom Kerridge says many hospitality businesses are considering "mothballing" through the winter because of energy costs.
Ben Gray explains why he turned his home into a bakery in lockdown.
Consumer expert Lewis says a lack of government support is causing a "mental health catastrophe".
Steve Vamos of accounting software firm Xero shares his business advice for the CEO Secrets series.
Inflation could rise to 13% and the cost of living is putting a squeeze on finances, so how are people feeling?
The consumer journalist says rising prices are a crisis on a scale with the Covid pandemic.
Zimbabwe's first gas production could be led by a new well being drilled in the north of the country.
Liz Truss says her tax cuts are more important after the Bank of England's gloomy economic forecast.
Jim Allen, chairman of Hard Rock International, shares a story for our CEO Secrets series.
Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss have been going head-to-head for the first time in the BBC's TV debate.
Morten Toft Tech, founder of Meatless Farm, which makes plant-based meat alternative food, shares his business advice.
Car enthusiasts are used to spending on their motors, but the petrol costs could price some out.
Blind massage therapists say the lockdown and lack of government support are making life difficult.
From Singapore, to Seoul, to Sydney - how the cost of living affects lunch hour.
Sharon Graham, the head of the UK's biggest private sector union Unite, speaks to Faisal Islam about pay.
The RMT union's general secretary, Mick Lynch, speaks ahead of further rail strikes this summer.
Tim Fung, co-founder and CEO of Airtasker, shares his business advice for our CEO Secrets series.
How an aircraft engineer overcame his fear of revealing his sexuality and set up a Pride network.
Rail union boss Mick Lynch says that a deal with rail companies could have been made by now.
Ros Atkins examines why a dispute between the RMT union and employers has led to strike action.
RMT general-secretary Mick Lynch admits "the whole country is suffering."
The Transport Secretary tells the Commons that the public ''will not be hoodwinked'' by the unions.
For the first time, ITV's Love Island contestants will be dressed in pre-owned clothes.
Steve Jackson skips meals to help pay the rent on his vintage tea shop in Sheerness High Street.
Chain Trevor Sorbie says they are now spending thousands more each month.
Small businesses are the 'lifeline' of the economy says Prince, whose business has felt the impact of inflation.
Joel Remy-Parkes of kids tableware company Bamboo Bamboo shares his business advice for CEO Secrets.
The BBC followed overworked delivery riders as they raced against time to take food to customers.
Gaby Hersham, CEO of co-working space network Huckletree, shares her business advice.
Should you change your name to fit in at work? We look at why some people have anglicised their names.
Vivian Schiller, who used to work there, tells Newsnight Elon Musk enjoys "throwing bombs" on Twitter.
With a squeeze on household budgets, how are Londoners saving money?
A power socket that helps you save electricity and tells you if it's from renewable sources.
The craft of making pointe shoes for ballet dancers has recently been put on the heritage craft red list.
Shadow climate change secretary Ed Miliband says the government should focus on onshore wind power.
Harpreet Kaur also tells BBC Breakfast that her sister is "definitely staying within the business".
Personal finance expert Martin Lewis calls for government intervention to tackle the cost of living.
The Fords are a busy family and, like many, they’ve noticed the impact of rising prices.
P&O Ferries chief executive Peter Hebblethwaite issues a "late apology" after the on-the-spot sacking of 800 staff.
The Royal Mint has found a way to turn old circuit boards from phones, computers and televisions into gold.
Martin Lewis, Founder of the MoneySavingExpert website, says he is ''out of tools'' to help people.
Chants of "shame on you" are directed at Natalie Elphicke at a protest against the firm's mass sacking.