Will the mini-budget create “economic growth” or “chaos”?

Can the measures unlock Britain’s economic potential or plunge more people into fuel poverty? Here’s what the industry says about the mini-budget

What next Prime Minister?

Liz Truss has said the energy crisis is her top priority so what’s the industry want her to do?

UK could be hit by ‘epidemic-levels’ of fuel poverty, warn experts

New report predicts that 55% of UK households will fall into fuel poverty by January 2023 without additional interventions

Energy debt hits £1.3bn before the ‘perfect storm’ breaks

Nearly six million households owe an average of £206 to energy suppliers, new report suggests

Price cap will be updated every three months, confirms Ofgem

The move is believed to ensure that the new price cap reflects gas and electricity costs in a better way

Industry’s reactions to landmark energy pricing report unfold

The report has urged the government to update the support package to align with recent expectations on energy prices in October – what are the industry’s thoughts?

Ofgem urged to abandon plans to introduce a quarterly price cap

Campaigners have called on the regulator to work with energy firms to offer additional support to customers

Councils need more government support to tackle fuel poverty, campaigners say

Extra protection for prepayment customers and a windfall tax on oil and gas giants are among the proposals of the group

Chancellor’s own constituency ‘hit by record rise in fuel poverty’

In the Richmond (Yorks) constituency, almost 30% of the local population faces fuel poverty, according to a new report

Industry responds to mini-Budget

Are the new measures included in the Spring Statement enough to mitigate the effects of the energy crisis?