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E.ON will become the last of the Big Six energy companies to announce a hike in customer bills tomorrow, according to the Daily Telegraph. The supplier will reportedly unveil rises of approximately 4%, worth about £50 per year on the average bill.
Tim Farron argued Ed Miliband's pledge to freeze energy prices had led the 'Big Six' to pre-emptively increase bills. “I think but for Ed Miliband’s intervention,...
SNP press release The SNP has welcomed the latest Oil and Gas Survey which forecasts a jobs bonanza as 98 per cent of North Sea oil and gas companies and contracto...
The Government does not oppose the decision of the energy firm RWE to scrap a major offshore wind project in the Bristol Channel, Ed Davey has said. The Energy Se...
Caroline Flint MP, Labour's Shadow Energy and Climate Change Secretary, commenting on Ofgem's report on the revenues, costs and profits of the large energy companies...
Michael Gove said faith-based free schools did need to be subject to close scrutiny. "You’re right, we do need to police carefully schools which have a faith etho...
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