Rumours for VAT cut on energy bills grow

The measure is reportedly “on the table” of government discussions about possible solutions for the energy crisis

Struggling customers ‘may need to wait until March for help with energy bills’

Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng said the Spring Statement will include extra support for vulnerable households

Think tank urges Chancellor to give £300 cheques for soaring energy bills

Additional payments of up to £500 should be given to those most in need, the Social Market Foundation says

Will an ’emergency loan scheme’ give the kiss of life to struggling suppliers?

The government is reportedly considering a credit facility to support firms amid fears of soaring bills

Chancellor: “I understand people’s anxiety about energy bills”

Rishi Sunak said the government had already put in place a series of measures to combat soaring energy bills

Business Secretary in crunch talks with energy bosses

‘Crisis talks’ will reportedly focus on what additional measures the government can take to combat rising energy bills

Boris Johnson rejects calls to remove VAT from household energy bills

The Prime Minister described the proposed measure as a “blunt instrument”

COP26 Live: Rishi Sunak to unveil how to make UK the first net zero financial centre

Under the new Treasure rules, financial institutions and listed businesses in the UK must set net zero transition plans that will be published from 2023

Government to invest £1.7bn in a new large-scale nuclear power station

The Autumn Budget confirms that the government remains in “active negotiations” with EDF about Sizewell C

Industry reacts to the government’s ‘levelling up’ Budget

Did the slashing of duty on fruit cider overshadow the ‘green ambition’ of the Autumn Budget? What does the industry think?