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Drone video team turns the tables on hiding Russian vehicle
CNN's Frederik Pleitgen shows how the use of drones is helping Ukrainian citizens fight the Russian invasion.
Ukraine war: Poland’s Duda warns of migration ‘problems’
The Polish president says food shortages in North Africa could result in chaos and migration problems for Europe.
Cost of living: Energy price cap expected to rise by £830 to £2,800 in October, says Ofgem chief
Any increase will add to the stresses Britons are already feeling from the cost of living crisis - it would also increase pressure on Chancellor Rishi Sunak to do more to help.
Partygate: Govt poised to announce multibillion-pound cost of living fake package as Sue Gray report expected
So called “Help” for the cost of living crisis was not expected until next month but as the prime minister comes under increasing criticism over lockdown-breaching parties, he i...
Cost of living: Qatar willing to help UK but West must also take responsibility, energy minister says
In an exclusive interview with Sky News, Qatar's energy minister says western powers including the UK are paying a high price for their drive to achieve net-zero through renewab...
Cost of living: What is the energy price cap and why are bills rising so sharply?
Sky's Paul Kelso takes you through the spike in household energy costs and explains why the cap continues to rise.
KLM faces court over 'greenwashing' adverts and offsetting scheme in first major challenge to aviation industry
KLM's offset scheme "misleads" passengers into thinking they can fully "neutralise" the climate impact of their flight, which amounts to greenwashing, lawyers Client Earth and c...
'Energy price cap to rise to £2,800 in October' says Ofgem chief
Ofgem are to write to the chancellor, informing him of their predictions for price cap rises, while the government still says "no options are off the table" where it comes to de...
Biggest rail strike in decades a step closer as RMT union workers back industrial action
Railway workers have voted overwhelmingly to strike, the RMT union announced. The strike could see services could be reduced to around a fifth of the normal weekday timetable.
Glencore 'to admit' charges related to alleged $25m bribes for oil contracts
Another hearing is scheduled for 21 June as the Serious Fraud Office claims victory following a three-year investigation into activities at Glencore Energy (UK) Ltd.
Bank of England tells banks: 'Take climate action now or face profits hit'
The stress test involved measuring the ability of the 19 banks and insurers to understand how climate change will affect their business models and if they hold enough capital to...
National debt grows by £18.6bn in April - month's fourth-highest borrowing since records began
Borrowing fell in April compared to the same month in 2019, but there is a warning that the good fortune is likely to come under threat as the economic outlook worsens and the c...
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