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Dispatch and Warehouse Management Software.        Hosepipe ban: Millions more face restrictions as drought to be declared - Yorkshire Water is the latest firm to announce curbs, with drought likely to be declared in some areas.       UK economy shrinks between April and June - The economy shrank by 0.1% while the Queen's Platinum Jubilee bank holiday weighed on June growth.       Eurovision 2023: Seven UK cities make shortlist to host song contest - Six contenders to stage the 2023 song contest are in England with one in Scotland.       Liz Truss defends energy firms saying profit is not evil - The Tory leader hopeful says profit is not "dirty" and windfall taxes were about "bashing business".       Donald Trump does not oppose US bid to unseal Mar-a-Lago search warrant - The FBI searched Mr Trump's Florida home on Monday - the unsealed warrant could reveal why.       Anne Heche: US actress not expected to survive, says family - Her family says she suffered a severe brain injury when her car crashed into a house.       Melanoma: 'Doctors said my cancerous mole was fungus' - By the time BBC journalist Sarah Lee was able to get doctors to listen, her cancer had spread.       Sainsbury's and Tesco stop selling disposable barbecues - The supermarkets are joining other chains in removing the barbecues from sale over fire risk.       Armed man shot dead after trying to 'breach' Ohio FBI office - The suspect fled the scene in Cincinnati and was gunned down after an hours-long standoff.       The Ukraine ravers mixing parties with cleaning up war damage - As war continues in Ukraine, a youth group has come together to help the worst affected areas.       Last resident in doomed Wishaw flats refuses to leave - The 66-year-old says the council will need to double its offer to get him to vacate his property.       Johnson & Johnson to replace talc-based powder with cornstarch - By 2023 J&J will make all its baby powder using cornstarch following legal battles over talc's safety.       Heat: How different sectors are coping - A farmer, flower grower and animal rescue centre worker speak about the challenges of the conditions.       Africa's week in pictures: 5-11 August 2022 - A selection of the best photos from across Africa and beyond this week.       UK wildfires: Firefighters on tackling flames moving faster than you can run - Wildfires are uniquely challenging for fire crews and they are becoming much more frequent.       The Papers: 'Energy bills to hit £5,000' and 'heatwave UK' - An astronomical forecast for the yearly cost of energy and a likely drought declaration lead the papers.       Quiz of the week: Why did the FBI 'raid' Donald Trump's home? - How closely have you been paying attention to what's been going on over the past seven days?       Leah Williamson: England captain on why equal access to sport is so important - Following England's Euro 2022 triumph, Lionesses captain Leah Williamson guest edited BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour on Thursday.       Picture of wild cat hunting flamingo wins award - A photo of a wild cat hunting flamingo wins the Nature TTL Photographer of the Year competition.       A new reality for women seeking an abortion in Texas - This is what happened when a woman considering an abortion walked into a crisis pregnancy centre.       The Groucho Club in Soho sold for £40m - The deal marks the third time the Groucho has changed ownership in its 37-year history.       'Italian pizza is better for sure' - Italians respond to Domino's pulling out of country - Italians share their views after fast food giant pulls out of the home of pizza.       Scunthorpe: Thousands raised after heatwave melts shop's chocolate stock - Nearly £4,000 is raised after a shop's entire stock of chocolate melts during the recent heatwave.       Commonwealth Games takes big step towards esports - Competitive gaming may soon be added to the Commonwealth Games programme, after a successful test event in Birmingham.       Firenado rages in California - Hot temperatures and strong winds formed a 'firenado' in California on Wednesday.       Cumbria's Safari Zoo welcomes new rhino calf - Zookeepers found the new baby strolling around in the morning after he was born overnight.       Ukrainian skating sisters back to 'doing what they love' - Sisters Tetiana and Anna competed at national level, before fleeing Kyiv for Swindon in May.       The 'traumatic experience' of US monkeypox patients - "If you haven't lived through it, you have no idea the kind of pain this is," one man tells the BBC.       Malta: The only EU country where abortion is illegal leaves women scared - Malta is the only EU state with a total ban on abortion, but some believe change could be coming.       Misinfo fills vacuum as Kenyans await election result - Some online users in Kenya have been sharing misleading claims about the results and the voting process.       The mystery deaths of two Saudi sisters in Sydney - There are many theories about what happened but it is clear Australia failed them, advocates say.       Cantopop: Why Hong Kong is seeking solace in local music - Traumatised by political upheaval, people are reviving their interest in Cantonese-language music.       The librarian who defied the Taliban - Wahida Amiri became one of the leading voices against the Taliban's assault on women's rights.       Kasabian's Serge Pizzorno: The band needed me to step up as frontman - Serge Pizzorno on replacing Tom Meighan, closing the Women's Euros and bringing out Peter Crouch.       Tory leadership election: Meet the overseas voters picking the next PM - Conservatives who are not UK citizens explain why they’re voting in the party’s leadership ballot.       High and low-tech ways to tackle India's water crisis - India's water situation requires a big investment in tech and many small projects on the ground.       Lee Jae-yong: Why South Korea just pardoned the Samsung 'prince' - Lee Jae-yong, who was convicted for bribery and embezzlement, has been granted a presidential pardon.       The Russian billionaire daring to speak out about Putin - Boris Mints calls Putin's invasion of Ukraine "vile", adding the war is a result of his "madness".       The Hundred: Oval Invincibles & Northern Superchargers mark welcome women's return - The first week of The Hundred suffered without the women, who made a welcome return at The Oval on Thursday, says chief cricket writer Stephan Shemilt.       Premier League predictions: Chris Sutton takes on Kasabian frontman Serge Pizzorno to pick scores for this weekend's games - Chris Sutton takes on Kasabian frontman Serge Pizzorno to pick his winners and losers for this weekend's Premier League games.       European Aquatics Championships: Great Britain win relay silver on opening night - Great Britain win silver on the opening night of the European Aquatics Championships in Rome.       'We have to win every game' - Man Utd boss Erik ten Hag on his football philosophy - Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag sits down with Football Focus' Dion Dublin to talk about his football philosophy and expectations this season.       In pictures: How heatwave is changing landscapes - High temperatures and lack of rain continues across Europe, as governments to issue health warnings       Heatwave: How to keep your home cool - With temperatures rising, how can you stop your home overheating?       Heatwaves: All you need to know - Matt Taylor explains exactly what defines a heatwave in the UK.       What are the heat exhaustion and heatstroke symptoms? - Know the signs and what to do if someone is unwell in hot weather.       Is there a hosepipe ban in my area? - A hosepipe ban is being introduced for some areas, but what about the rest of the UK?       Can I refuse to work? - With much of the UK enduring another period of hot weather, some workers will face very high temperatures.       How hot is it where you are? - Compare the temperature in your area to other locations in the UK and around the world.       Is the UK heading for a drought and will there be more hosepipe bans? - July saw temperature records broken multiple times.       'Every day it doesn't rain, the pressure mounts' - The heatwave will make conditions on England's farms worse as experts warn of smaller harvests.       Carrot ice lollies keeping animals cool in heatwave - More shade, extra fans and ice blocks are also being used at Hatton Country World near Warwick.
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