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Fears continue over future of energy firms as minister insists price cap must 'remain in place'
Fears remain over the future of a number of UK energy providers due to surging gas costs, as it was confirmed the price cap must "remain in place".
One in four UK households exposed to vulnerable 'unhedged' suppliers
As many as one-in-four UK households receive energy from providers that could face collapse as a consequence of soaring gas prices, industry sources have warned.
COVID-19: US to relax travel rules for vaccinated passengers from UK and EU
Vaccinated passengers will be able to enter the US from the UK and EU from November, ending almost two years of coronavirus travel restrictions.
Pimlico Plumbers founder Mullins 'nets £110m' in Neighborly sale
Plumbing tycoon Charlie Mullins has sold the company he founded 42 years ago to a US-based home services provider in a deal that is expected to net him around £110m.
$1bn recovered for victims of Allen Stanford Ponzi scheme - 12 years after scam exposed
Efforts to compensate victims of Ponzi fraudster Allen Stanford have recouped more than $1bn, lawyers for a court-appointed receiver have revealed.
Global stock markets slide on cocktail of economic worries
Global stock markets have fallen sharply on a cocktail of worries led by a potential crisis brewing in China - and added to by gas supply concerns in Europe.
'Keep your fingers crossed' strategy leaving smaller energy suppliers out in the cold
Expect to see misinformed commentary from some quarters in coming days about how the crisis currently engulfing small household energy suppliers is all the fault of privatisation.
Energy price crisis: What can I do to shield my family from surging bills?
The advice to households on energy bills has always been to save big through fixed-rate deals and to switch supplier or tariff when the contract ends.
Small energy suppliers lambast regulator Ofgem over industry crisis
More than a dozen of Britain's smaller energy suppliers have accused their industry regulator of being "unfit" to oversee the deepening crisis that has left many of them facing imminent collapse.
Facebook denies 'wilfully' ignoring internal research if findings 'inconvenient for the company'
Facebook has denied reports which claimed it "conducts research and then systematically and wilfully ignores it if the findings are inconvenient for the company".