Tory leadership contest goes nuclear, as Truss and Sunak face worsening energy crisis

Michael Holder
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An artist's render of Sizewell C nuclear power station | Credit: EDF
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An artist's render of Sizewell C nuclear power station | Credit: EDF

With EDF’s Sizewell C reportedly close to a government funding deal, the Tory leadership candidates are scrambling to identify credible fixes to the looming fuel poverty crisis

There are now just days to go until Britain's energy regulator officially confirms how much average domestic bills will rise for the autumn period, with concerns growing that the scale of the resulting...

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