Total 7 Posts
Britain’s energy price cap left many people confused – especially Conservative voters4 min read
A third of the people surveyed incorrectly thought there was a £2,500 cap on energy bills following Liz Truss’s claim that her government was “making sure nobody is paying fuel bills of more than £2,500”.
Why the ‘energy price cap’ is confusing5 min read
Energy price cap: there never was a ‘maximum bill of £2,500’. In fact, there is simply no cap on overall bills.
Mini budget 2022: Experts react to the new UK government’s spending and tax-cut plans11 min read
What the experts say about the way the government plans to address the energy crisis and economic growth, among other key issues.
What Liz Truss’s government means for climate action5 min read
Liz Truss has appointed a loyal cabinet with varied environmental credentials. While the new government represent a threat for UK action on climate change, their ability to inflict damage to climate policy will be restricted.
Will the UK experience blackouts? Three scenarios for this coming winter4 min read
The UK could experience its first large-scale blackout in decades this winter if gas shortages combine with particularly cold weather.
Ofgem on notice of court action if it fails to comply with legal duties to protect vulnerable customers3 min read
The country is in the midst of an unprecedented cost-of-living crisis, with 35 million people under threat of fuel poverty in the coming months. Ofgem has a duty to protect consumers, particularly those who are vulnerable.
Gordon Brown economics versus Liz Truss tax cuts: A new twist in the battle to resolve the UK’s cost of living crisis.6 min read
It is only reasonable to expect the UK government to provide millions of individuals, households and companies with the immediate direct financial support they need to survive the cost of living crisis.