Will the new energy price cap affect households?

Ofgem has today said the price cap is set to rise to an annual level of £4,279 in January

Government ‘mulls energy social tariffs’

Ministers are examining options to subsidise vulnerable households’ bills by levies paid by the better off

How will Britons be persuaded to cut energy usage by 15%?

A new public information campaign will reportedly be launched by the government in the coming days

Windfall tax, EV tax and energy efficiency boost to tackle the ‘economic storm’

In his Autumn Statement, the Chancellor confirmed that the cap of the Energy Price Guarantee will rise to £3,000 a year

Sunak slammed over decision to skip COP27 summit

Campaigners have said that Sunak is like “a runner failing to turn up with the baton at a crucial stage of the relay”

Rishi Sunak will not attend COP27

The Prime Minister will not attend the climate summit in Egypt due to “pressing domestic commitments”

Sunak appoints Grant Shapps as Business Secretary

Mr Shapps has said he is looking forward to leading BEIS work on “fixing” the UK’s energy market

Rishi Sunak: “I will fix the mistakes immediately”

The Prime Minister has vowed to put economic stability and confidence at the heart of the new government’s agenda

Rishi Sunak confirmed as Prime Minister

The announcement for Rishi Sunak, the first British Asian PM, was made as Penny Mordaunt pulled out of the leadership race

Liz Truss resigns as Prime Minister

The statement follows the Prime Minister’s reassurance that she was “a fighter and not a quitter”