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Last 50 tweets from @haveigotnews
As ministers warn that energy bills could soon cost ‘two month’s wages’, businesses offer to help by paying people less.
 
Government unveils latest plan to deal with energy crisis by not wasting any on doing something to help.
 
Developing situation in Basingstoke amid reports of a man watering a sunflower:
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Joe Biden announces $280bn plan to help US technology compete with China, before trying to change the TV channel with his glasses case.
 
Liz Truss immediately regrets holding a private audience with GB News viewers:
 
Downing Street says there’s no plan to implement a hosepipe ban around the prime minister’s residence, as it’s not like a ‘one rule for them, another for us’ mentality has harmed the government ever.
 
London facing hosepipe ban after man spends five weeks washing his hands.
 
White House denies Joe Biden was aware of Mar-a-Lago FBI raid, which doesn’t really answer the question of whether he was briefed on it.
 
Met Office issues severe fire warning across the UK, as Liz Truss or Rishi Sunak’s pants could go up at any moment.
 
Protester spotted at Mar-a-Lago wearing the UK’s energy price cap:
 
Manchester Utd fans set to boycott upcoming home game against Liverpool, presumably to protest the price of a return ticket from London.
 
Rishi Sunak unveils support package for people struggling to pay energy bills over the winter:
 
As latest projections suggest the energy cap could hit £4,266 in January, Oxford English Dictionary urges bosses at Ofgem to have a quick look at the definition of ‘cap’.
 
Live scenes as Donald Trump borrows Rishi Sunak’s shredder:
 
After an investigation finds that 90% of NHS dentists aren’t accepting new adult patients, people on the waiting list are warned they may need to brace themselves.
 
As Liz Truss is accused of a second U-turn over handouts, her team says technically it just cancels the first one out.
 
Jacob Rees-Mogg launches investigation into flexitime working patterns within the government after it emerges that a senior member of staff hasn’t clocked in for nearly five weeks:
 
After being found to have breached the MP code of conduct eight times, Keir Starmer says he’s a man of principal and would have resigned if it was nine.
 
Live scenes from the Bank of England:
 
Boris Johnson heads off on his summer holiday to recharge his batteries after four weeks of doing absolutely nothing.
 
With all the nostalgia for the anniversary of the 2012 Olympics it’s a good reminder that this also happened ten years ago:
 
As Bank of England prepares to raise interest rates again, Rishi Sunak asks if they can raise them for his leadership campaign too.
 
Sajid Javid backs Liz Truss on grounds her policies are absolutely 100% the best, and not because he’s waited to see who’s ahead in the polls and wants another cabinet job.
 
New series of Big Brother receives 50 million applications after producers confirm that the house will have food and central heating.
 
In reply to @haveigotnews
5. Which celebrity chef accused Boris Johnson of using the cost-of-living crisis as an excuse for not tackling obesity?
Replying to @haveigotnews
The government drew Jamie Oliver’s ire after a U-turn on banning buy-one-get-one-free offers for unhealthy food. Tesco and Sainsbury’s decided to ban the offers anyway, as it greatly reduced the risk of having to listen to Jamie Oliver again.
 
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4. In May, 192 Republicans voted against a bill for $28 million to tackle a national shortage of what?
Replying to @haveigotnews
It was to address a shortage of baby formula milk. Republicans have spent much of the year claiming to be the party of ‘pro-life’, but only until birth of course, at which point they can starve, or if they’re lucky, grow old enough to be shot at school.
 
In reply to @haveigotnews
3. Welsh Farmer Gerwyn Jones sold what for a record-breaking £189,000?
Replying to @haveigotnews
The Limousin bull – named Graiggoch Rambo – broke the record for its breed after selling for six figures at auction. Rambo’s new owner says aside from stopping off at a china shop on the way home he has no regrets over the purchase.
 
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2. A tweet by Labour’s Manchester mayor Andy Burnham went viral early in the year when he highlighted the price of what?
Replying to @haveigotnews
It was rail fares. He pointed out that return flights to India or Jamaica were cheaper than Manchester to London by train. Rail companies vowed to offer better value for money after the tweet went viral, and many now offer a complimentary copy of The Times with tickets over £400.
 
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1. As part of the jubilee celebrations, Fortnum and Mason launched a nationwide competition to find the perfect what?
Replying to @haveigotnews
The search for the perfect pudding culminated in May when a lemon trifle joined Victoria sponge and coronation chicken on the list of food with royal ties, although the fact you’ve probably already forgotten about it doesn’t bode well for its place in British history.
 
As scientists warn that a huge solar storm could hit Earth later today, BBC News is disappointed to discover it’s unlikely to kill anyone.
 
Football fans warned over ‘scam tickets’ costing on average £410, which - if used - can get you into every Everton home game for an entire season.
 
After initial setback at Commonwealth Games, Adam Peaty tastes success at World’s Biggest Ego championships.
 
As the whereabouts of Boris Johnson remain a complete mystery, Liz Truss fills the void by U-turning on an unpopular and unworkable policy.
 
In reply to @haveigotnews
4. In May, 192 Republicans voted against a bill for $28 million to tackle a national shortage of what?
Replying to @haveigotnews
5. Which celebrity chef accused Boris Johnson of using the cost-of-living crisis as an excuse for not tackling obesity?
 
In reply to @haveigotnews
3. Welsh Farmer Gerwyn Jones sold what for a record-breaking £189,000?
Replying to @haveigotnews
4. In May, 192 Republicans voted against a bill for $28 million to tackle a national shortage of what?
 
In reply to @haveigotnews
2. A tweet by Labour’s Manchester mayor Andy Burnham went viral early in the year when he highlighted the price of what?
Replying to @haveigotnews
3. Welsh Farmer Gerwyn Jones sold what for a record-breaking £189,000?
 
In reply to @haveigotnews
1. As part of the jubilee celebrations, Fortnum and Mason launched a nationwide competition to find the perfect what?
Replying to @haveigotnews
2. A tweet by Labour’s Manchester mayor Andy Burnham went viral early in the year when he highlighted the price of what?
 
Here’s a thread with some questions that will feature in the #HIGNFY quiz book this November. With so much hilarious/terrifying news that's already happened this year, it wasn't easy choosing five. We’ll tweet answers tomorrow.

Pre-order the book here: geni.us/hignfybook
Replying to @haveigotnews
1. As part of the jubilee celebrations, Fortnum and Mason launched a nationwide competition to find the perfect what?
 
Here’s a thread with some questions that will feature in the #HIGNFY quiz book this November. With so much hilarious/terrifying news that's already happened this year, it wasn't easy choosing five. We’ll tweet answers tomorrow.

Pre-order the book here: geni.us/hignfybook
Have I Got News For You: The Quiz of 2022
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Keir Starmer and Piers Morgan among new list of people banned from entering Russia, as Moscow attempts to boost the morale of its beleaguered citizens.
 
After trains are disrupted due to a tortoise on the tracks near Stansted, commuters say they thought it was the new high-speed rail link.
 
Nicola Sturgeon is an ‘attention seeker’ says Liz Truss (pictured)
 
As Rishi Sunak proposes a £10 fine for people who miss GP appointments, economists say the plan is fundamentally flawed as it involves getting a GP appointment.
 
After Boris Johnson says his removal is ‘the biggest stitch-up since the Bayeux Tapestry’, historians discover a section that shows his cabinet urging him to quit while Rishi Sunak clears his desk in the office below.
 
Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss endure difficult day of trying to convince the public that they watched the football.
 
BREAKING: Football unlikely to be home until early next week as it's coming via Calais.
 
As govt reveals details of £400 energy bill support package, Liz Truss says when she was growing up on the streets of Leeds people stayed warm by huddling round a bin and splitting a Trebor Strong Mint.
 
Huge week of celebrations in the UK as the Lionesses reach the Euros final, the Commonwealth Games kick off in Birmingham and nobody has to hear the phrase ‘Wagatha Christie’ ever again.
 
Live scenes as government sends out first instalments of its energy bill support scheme:
 
As Neighbours comes to an end after 37 years, fans of implausible characters, wooden performances and badly-delivered lines are advised to tune in to Sky News next Thursday.
 
 
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