16 May 2022
6 May 2022
In the latest example of the government undermining Britain's independence, ministers are set to contract out the country’s energy security to South Korea.
23 April 2022
The government’s new energy includes a commitment to a mixture of energy sources. But the energy challenge for Britain will worsen unless the positive aspects of this policy are implemented.
19 March 2022
A campaign set up to demand a referendum on the government’s rush to enforce net zero policies on Britain has had to cancel a planned rally in Bolton due to threats and intimidation.
13 February 2022
A plan to build a huge solar farm on prime agricultural land is being challenged by an impressive local campaign group determined to fight it all the way.
20 December 2021
In the latest abandonment of energy sources in Scotland, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon pressed the button to blow up the chimney of Longannet power station on 9 December.
16 November 2021
What would it take for Britain to have energy security – to be sure that whatever the (reasonably foreseeable) circumstances industry, services and the people could have the energy they need? Is it essential, whatever the cost?
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7 October 2021
Essar has picked a dispute at Stanlow refinery during a petrol panic, trying to go back on a pay deal and worsen pensions – provoking a furious and united response from the refinery workers, members of the Unite union.
22 September 2021
This government’s refusal to plan for Britain to be self-reliant in energy has produced a crisis of soaring prices, disrupted gas supplies and domestic steel and other essential manufacturing output compromised.
25 November 2020
Government funding for advanced nuclear technologies could help end Britain's reliance on Chinese and French companies for new nuclear power stations.
24 October 2020
Despite Britain's formidable base of scientific and engineering knowledge, development of nuclear power has stalled. Britain needs to change that to secure future energy supplies.
12 October 2020
Britain needs a coherent energy policy. The government doesn’t have one, despite Boris Johnson's promises about wind power.