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Manchester is Latest City to Delay Clean Air Zones
Environment
26. 05. 2020 | Harry Pererra

The coronavirus pandemic will delay the creation of the largest...

Sudden Fall in Emissions During Lockdown is ‘Nothing to Celebrate’
Environment
22. 05. 2020 | Harry Pererra

The unprecedented decline in emissions as a result of the...

BP Chief: Pandemic Has Deepened My Commitment to Net Zero Target
Energy
21. 05. 2020 | Harry Pererra

Bernard Looney, the new chief executive of BP, has said...

Under-25s Most Likely to be Unemployed Due to Coronavrius
Economy
19. 05. 2020 | Harry Pererra

Evidence suggesting that under-25s are the group hardest hit by...

Openreach Resumes Some Home Broadband Installations
Broadband
19. 05. 2020 | Lauren Smith

Openreach engineers are beginning a “phased return” to home visits,...

Labour Drawing Up Proposals for Green Economic Rescue
Economy
18. 05. 2020 | Harry Pererra

The Labour party is putting together radical proposals to rescue...

Four-Month Extension to UK Furlough Scheme
Economy
14. 05. 2020 | Harry Pererra

Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced that the scheme for paying...

US Fossil Fuel Companies to Benefit from $750bn Bond Scheme
Energy
13. 05. 2020 | Harry Pererra

US fossil fuel companies are potentially in for a bumper...

£250m Investment Planned for Cycle Lanes
Environment
11. 05. 2020 | Harry Pererra

In an effort to encourage commuters to forgo public transport...

UK Economy Heading Towards Sharpest Recession On Record
Economy
08. 05. 2020 | Harry Pererra

The UK is heading towards the biggest recession ever recorded,...

Government Now Pays Almost 25% of Worker Wages
Personal Finance
05. 05. 2020 | Harry Pererra

Almost a quarter of wages for UK jobs are now...

IEA: Demand for Fossil Fuels Will Be Wiped Out by COVID-19
Energy
04. 05. 2020 | Harry Pererra

The International Energy Agency (IEA) claims that only renewable energy...