Brussels investigation to initially seek information from 11 EU countries on how existing and planned capacity mechanisms will operate
A key component of the UK's electricity market reform programme could face an investigation from Brussels, after the European Commission announced it is to launch a State Aid sector inquiry into capacity...
Government should establish a market for greenhouse gas removals and increase carbon prices for businesses to deliver net zero emissions by 2050, new research suggests
Long-expected move will see plastic drinks straws, stirrers and cotton buds outlawed in England from April 2020
Parliamentary pension currently holds £11.7m of shares in BP and almost £11m in rival oil giant Shell
But the Prime Minster's latest proposals appear to contain no strengthening of her offer on post-Brexit environmental protections