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How the Mild Winter Will Affect Energy Bills This Year
Updated: Jan 11, 2023
How the Mild Winter Will Affect Energy Bills This Year

An analysis by Cornwall Insight predicts energy prices to be below the expected predicted government level, providing no further cold weather or global tensions arise....

Prime Minister Warns of Higher Taxes for Meeting Pay Demands Over Strikes
Updated: Dec 14, 2022
Prime Minister Warns of Higher Taxes for Meeting Pay Demands Over Strikes

Rishi Sunak threatens everyone with bigger taxes as a way to stop the public supporting underpaid workers. New laws will prevent more people from being able to strike too....

Government Launches £1 Billion Insulation Scheme
Updated: Nov 28, 2022
Government Launches £1 Billion Insulation Scheme

Grant Shapps has launched the ECO+ scheme today to help a fraction of the fuel poverty stricken households to save energy from next year. Does it go far enough?...

Qatari Corruption Necessitates World Cup Boycott
Updated: Nov 14, 2022
Qatari Corruption Necessitates World Cup Boycott

In the build up to the World Cup in Qatar, more and more people are boycotting the event due to the country’s horrendous track record on human rights and anti-LGBT laws....

UK Embarrasses Itself on World Stage
Updated: Nov 02, 2022
UK Embarrasses Itself on World Stage

Neither our leader nor Head of State are going to COP27, so are we taking climate change seriously? King Charles has set up his own summit in Buckingham Palace to compensate....

Shortest-Serving Prime Minister Urged to Refuse £115,000 Yearly Allowance
Updated: Oct 25, 2022
Shortest-Serving Prime Minister Urged to Refuse £115,000 Yearly Allowance

Now that Liz Truss has resigned as Prime Minister after just 44 days in office, she is entitled to an annual allowance of £115,000 for the rest of her life....