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Back to school season is just around the corner — and if you haven't finished all your shopping, there's still time to cross everything off your list.
From clothing and shoes to school supplies and tech, now is the ideal time to find huge savings as brands are kicking off the new school year with major savings.
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adidas: For huge savings on clothing, shoes and bags, use the code BTSSTYLE at checkout to save 40 per cent on hundreds of must-have styles.
Amazon: With Amazon Canada's huge selection of deals on back to school essentials, students of all ages can save on tech, stationery and more.
American Eagle:Kickstart your fall wardrobe with 30% off three or more items, and 25% off when you buy two items.
Apple: Students can save on Mac or iPad with an education discount, plus take 20% off AppleCare+ and receive a gift card up to $210.
The Repair Shop continued with another emotional episode on BBC One on Wednesday night which left viewers both in tears at the guests' moving stories and in awe of the experts for their incredible work. MORE: The Repair Shop's Will Kirk stuns fans with incredible hidden talent in behind-the-scenes clip The latest instalment saw visitor David Cooke walk through the barn doors hoping to have a ring he gifted to his late wife, Caroline, restored. WATCH: The Repair Shop's Will Kirk showcases incredi
STORY: Britain’s independent budget watchdog walked into Downing Street on Friday (September 30). The talks with Prime Minister Liz Truss and Finance Minister Kwasi Kwarteng come after plans for huge tax cuts sparked a market meltdown. The measures were announced without any forecasts by the Office for Budget Responsibility - a step that would normally be expected. In the days that followed, the pound plunged to record lows versus the dollar, and the Bank of England was forced to step in to calm fevered selling of UK government bonds. OBR chair Richard Hughes spoke after Friday’s meeting: ''We saw the prime minister and chancellor, we talked about some economic and fiscal outlook, we're going to be providing the chancellor with an update of our forecasts next Friday and we'll set up a timetable for our forecast process next week.’’The government has vowed not to alter the content or timing of the tax plans. Kwarteng remains committed to giving a fiscal statement on November 23. On Friday, officials confirmed that the OBR’s forecasts also won’t be published until that day. Critics, including many in the ruling Conservative party, have said markets need reassurance long before then. Truss appears unmoved though. She says market turbulence is more down to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and says her plan will help spur economic growth. The pound resumed falls after Friday’s meeting, however, dropping around half a percent against the dollar.
The first British coins to feature the image of King Charles have been unveiled by the Royal Mint, with the portrait of the new monarch facing the opposite direction to his late mother Queen Elizabeth in keeping with tradition. The new image will appear on 50 pence ($0.55) coins, which will begin circulating in the coming months, and also on a commemorative 5 pound coin which also features two new portraits of Elizabeth on its reverse side. Since the monarchy was restored in 1660 following the 10-year republic of Oliver Cromwell, it has become traditional for the monarch to face in the opposite direction to their predecessor on coins.
All Creatures Great and Small fans were left "sobbing" after watching the latest instalment of the beloved drama on Thursday evening. MORE: Viewers are saying the same thing after All Creatures Great and Small return The Channel 5 show, which stars Nicholas Ralph, Rachel Shenton and Samuel West, aired its third episode of series three and saw Samuel's character, Siegfried Farnon, come across a young racehorse named River who was in need of care. WATCH: Are you enjoying season three of All Creatu
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Eurozone facing 'severe risks' to financial stability, admits ECB The FTSE 100 closed down 1.77pc at 6,881.59 The Dow Jones closed down 1.54pc at 29,225.61 Ben Marlow: There is a ticking timebomb under the financial system Sign up here for our daily business briefing newsletter