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Is it time to rethink the financing of #coal power plants in developing countries?

Is it time to rethink the financing of #coal power plants in developing countries?

Even if the European Investment Bank (EIB) and the World Bank introduced a few years back restrictive emissions performance standards to block the financing of coal power plants in a bid to encourage the development of renewables, the appetite of the developing world has not budged by much. The unintended consequence of this move has […]

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Hard Brexit ‘offers £135bn annual boost’ to economy

Hard Brexit ‘offers £135bn annual boost’ to economy

Removing all trade tariffs would be “economically superior”, pro-Brexit economists argue.

Pension cold-calling ban to include texts and emails

Pension cold-calling ban to include texts and emails

The government is cracking down after 3,000 savers were conned out of an average of £15,000 each.

Stephen Hawking: ‘I wouldn’t be here without the NHS’

Stephen Hawking: ‘I wouldn’t be here without the NHS’

The scientist backed the NHS in a speech that was critical of government policy and Jeremy Hunt.

Big Ben: Taking some time out

Big Ben: Taking some time out

The chimes of Big Ben are due to fall silent for four years but this is not the first time the “great bell” has been in need of a little TLC.

UK terror threat increased by IS losses, security minister says

UK terror threat increased by IS losses, security minister says

The security minister says the terror group is inspiring home-grown attackers across Europe.

Big Ben’s Ayrton light to be switched off

Big Ben’s Ayrton light to be switched off

The Ayrton light was installed in 1885 and was last turned off during World War Two.

Jeremy Corbyn Welsh visit ‘on your side’ pledge to voters

Jeremy Corbyn Welsh visit ‘on your side’ pledge to voters

The Labour leader takes his summer campaign tour to north Wales, promising jobs and investment.

#Brexit – EU take note: Britain’s suitors are lining up

#Brexit – EU take note: Britain’s suitors are lining up

In a bid to provide some much needed certainty to restless businesses and industries within its borders, the UK this week released a customs position paper detailing Britain’s position on future customs arrangements. With statements from Brexit secretary David Davis; the international trade secretary, Liam Fox; and Chancellor Philip Hammond, the fact that a position […]

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Young people should ‘think twice’ about university – Frank Field

Young people should ‘think twice’ about university – Frank Field

Labour’s Frank Field says apprenticeships can be more worthwhile than degrees.

Nicola Sturgeon would change SNP name

Nicola Sturgeon would change SNP name

The SNP leader said that if she could turn the clock back 90 years and change the SNP’s name she would.

May: UK stands shoulder-to-shoulder with Spain

May: UK stands shoulder-to-shoulder with Spain

Theresa May says countries must work together to confront terrorism.

Corbyn ‘shocked and appalled’ by Barcelona attack

Corbyn ‘shocked and appalled’ by Barcelona attack

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says he is “shocked and appalled” by the attacks in Barcelona.

The Sun doesn’t run the Labour Party – Jeremy Corbyn

The Sun doesn’t run the Labour Party – Jeremy Corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn takes a swipe at the paper after claims Labour mayors will be frozen out of conference.

London-based Redcar steelworks job is a ‘sick joke’

London-based Redcar steelworks job is a ‘sick joke’

The government is seeking someone to oversee the regeneration of the Redcar steelworks site.

Lib Dem Christine Jardine denies election spending breach

Lib Dem Christine Jardine denies election spending breach

Edinburgh West MP Christine Jardine said claims about her spending were designed to cause “reputational damage”.

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