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Lord Stern: We Should Not Postpone COP26 Climate Talks
Environment
20. 03. 2020 | Harry Pererra

One of the world’s foremost experts on the climate crisis,...

Broadband Firms’ Extra Demand Due to Coronavirus is Not an Issue
Broadband
19. 03. 2020 | Harry Pererra

Broadband companies in the UK say that the increased demand...

Sky Sports Allows Customers to Pause Subscriptions Amid Pandemic
TV
19. 03. 2020 | Lauren Smith

Sky Sports is allowing customers to pause their subscription free...

Global Banks ‘Failing Miserably’ to Respond to Climate Crisis
Environment
18. 03. 2020 | Harry Pererra

Some of the largest investment banks in the world have...

Prepayment Energy Customers May Be ‘Forced to Go Out Whilst Unwell’
Energy
18. 03. 2020 | Lauren Smith

The acting leader of the Liberal Democrats has raised concerns...

Mobile Networks Experiencing Problems
Mobile
17. 03. 2020 | Lauren Smith

As millions of Britons settle in to work from home,...

Self-Isolation to Dampen Britain’s Electricity Demand
Energy
16. 03. 2020 | Lauren Smith

Millions of employees self-isolating to limit the spread of coronavirus...

UN Head: Global Action on Climate Crisis 'Way Off Track'
Environment
12. 03. 2020 | Harry Pererra

The secretary general of the UN, António Guterres, has said...

Ofgem Considers Extending Price Cap for Pre-Payment Meters
Energy
12. 03. 2020 | Lauren Smith

Customers with pre-payment energy meters are still receiving a raw...

Gas Prices to Fall in Northern Ireland
Energy
11. 03. 2020 | Lauren Smith

200,000 customers in Northern Ireland will see their energy bills...

Campaigners Press Chancellor to Account for Low-Carbon Future in Budget
Environment
10. 03. 2020 | Harry Pererra

Climate activists are pushing the government to set out a...

Ofgem Investigating Scottish Power’s Handling of Complaints
Energy
10. 03. 2020 | Lauren Smith

The energy market regulator has opened a compliance case into...