Boris Johnson not ruling out cutting VAT on energy bills

The Prime Minister has admitted that there may be more things that have to be done to help people with the rising cost of living

G7 warned ‘don’t allow climate to take a back seat’

A new report implores the leaders to reject a return to fossil fuels, during their recent meeting in Germany

G7 look to hit Russia with oil price cap

The nations are hopeful this will prevent further financing of the war in Ukraine

UK’s electricity market braces for the biggest shake-up of the last 30 years

The government is considering cutting the link between electricity and gas prices

Will Insulate Britain lend its name to government’s alleged £1bn package?

Government officials have reportedly discussed the idea of naming the insulation scheme after the campaign group

Boris in pursuit of £1bn for massive insulation scheme

Money from the government’s public sector decarbonisation scheme could reportedly be diverted to a new programme

Government buys stake in Sizewell C nuclear power station

In January, ministers took a £100 million option in the project

Boris – Fuel prices to remain high for a while to come

The plan to boost offshore wind and nuclear will be “immensely beneficial” for Britons, the Prime Minister has said

Boris – hails ‘big bazooka’ support in a ‘bumpy time’ with soaring energy prices

The Prime Minister has said the UK would emerge in a “much stronger position”

“It is not unconservative to do a windfall tax”

The Conservative MP for Harlow has highlighted the need to “raise money every way we can”