The government said it would make it easier to build new onshore wind farms, but as its consultation on changes to the planning regime closes the renewables industry fears nothing has changed
Two former Prime Ministers are set to back amendment tabled by Simon Clarke that would life the de facto ban on new onshore wind farms
UK set to have its third PM in two months, as former Chancellor faces calls to back renewables, energy efficiency and nature-friendly farming reforms
Liz Truss and the Conservative Party have brought chaos to UK politics, and the UK's competitiveness in a decarbonising world risks becoming one of the many casualties
Fracking vote triggers resignation, with new Prime Minister expected to be elected by the end of next week
Ministers accused of 'pushing MPs to avoid scrutiny of them breaking the Conservatives' own manifesto pledge'
Government defeats Labour attempt to block fracking in the UK, but sizeable rebellion and major concessions deal further blow to Prime Minister's dwindling authority
Opposition party urges Tory MPs to vote with its motion, which could lead to a ban on fracking 'once and for all'
A cross-party group of MPs has a plan to get the government's environmental agenda back on track, but are Ministers listening amidst the Westminster chaos?
Energy bills support will become more targeted after six months and include incentives for business energy efficiency, new Chancellor confirms