New horror predictions from experts have revealed that the energy price cap (annual maximum tariff) could soar to £4,200 by January. With the skyrocketing bills largely due to surging costs of wholesale gas across the globe, the Government has been scrambling to
The former Chancellor told party members last night that he believed in aspiration as he looked to close the gap in the polls on Liz Truss. Speaking in Cardiff, he told a leadership hustings he wants to slash taxes but would only
The so-called Legion Freedom of Russia has declared that its unit now consists of two battalions, in a blow to the Russian President’s efforts to destroy Ukraine. The movement began as a group of Russian soldiers who defected to fight for Ukraine.
Millions of French households are being hit hard by the horrific cost of living crisis and soaring price rises sweeping throughout Europe and inflicting hardship on some of the continent’s biggest economies. But the situation worsened in France with inflation jumping again
NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! The number of Australians admitted to hospitals with COVID-19 hit a record of about 5,450 on Monday, official data showed, as the spread of highly contagious new Omicron subvariants strains the healthcare system nationwide.
MARKET REPORT: Serica Energy surges 14% after the North Sea gas firm snubs £1bn takeover bid from rival Kistos By Calum Muirhead For The Daily Mail Published: 17:48 EDT, 12 July 2022 | Updated: 17:48 EDT, 12 July 2022 Serica Energy surged
The Government has released a consultation that will look at requiring “smart devices” to meet the “minimum cybersecurity” requirement by the mid-2020s. It says that the greater use of Energy Smart Appliances (ESAs), which include smart meters, could create “new routes for
Pound sterling hit a session high on Thursday. At 9.31am, the pound rose 0.35 percent against the U.S. dollar to trade at $1.197. At 10.40am, the pound was trading at around $1.199 to the dollar. At the previous close yesterday, the pound
For both brands this was the first weekly rise of April 2022 as prices remain the most volatile since June 2020 when much of the world was in lockdown, severely reducing demand. It comes as North Sea firm IOG has seen its
BUSINESS LIVE: GDP growth disappoints at 0.1%; Heathrow trade surges to post-pandemic peak; Audioboom revenues double By Live Commentary Published: 02:35 EDT, 11 April 2022 | Updated: 02:38 EDT, 11 April 2022 Advertisement Share or comment on this article: Some links in