As the party of business, we Conservatives must press those energy retailers to do the right thing, but if that approach fails, we must be willing to step in again to help firms keep the lights on.
Short-sighted overregulation and creative accounting to offshore our CO2 emissions are no way to build a prosperous, sustainable future.
The Business Secretary demonstrated to the Federation of Small Businesses that he will be their true friend and champion.
Labour would help with the cost of energy bills for two years – paid for by extending the windfall tax on oil and gas companies, she says.
The Prime Minister could make the argument she is plumping for the least worst option between a few lights going out and millions being unable to heat their homes.
The Prime Minister announced she will freeze average household bills at £2,500 from October.
Leadership frontrunner says she understands impact of “eyewatering” energy bills on people and businesses.
Paul Goodman, Henry Hill, and William Atkinson are reunited to discuss the end of the Tory leadership contest, and what the new Prime Minister will face in their first week.
The Foreign Secretary will have to spend more to help with energy bills and finance tax cuts. As borrowing becomes more expensive, this will require either spending cuts, tax rises, or both.
The UK is not immune from the risks of energy rationing. An Energy Security Contingency Plan that deals with the threat of shortages and rising costs has to be a number one priority.
The potential for mass boycotts of energy bills forms part of a wider energy crisis. We could see millions unable to pay to heat their homes, energy rationing, and blackouts.
We don’t need eight new nuclear power stations, Green MP says, we need onshore wind and home insulation.
The second in a series of articles on how the Chancellor should approach the upcoming Spring Statement.