The UK has voted to leave the European Union. A majority of 51.9% voted to end a 43-year membership of the EU.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced plans to launch a second independence referendum following the Brexit vote.
London’s top flight index pulled back from its 7% plunge after the Bank of England pledged to intervene to help shore up the markets.
Industry body Oil & Gas UK said it would support its members through the "transition ahead" after voters chose to back Brexit.
One of the biggest expenditures for small businesses will be their energy, and the UK public have been warned recently that leaving the EU could have negative consequences on our bills.
“The result of the UK’s referendum has sparked pandemonium in financial markets as the leave campaign has proved victorious after securing 51.9% of the vote.
The London market broke through the 6,300 barrier as voters headed to the polls to cast their ballots in Britain’s referendum on the European Union.
International oil companies are largely non-committal when it comes to the internal politics of nation states in which they operate.
A majority of the 126 companies which responded to the survey were unperturbed – or perhaps disinterested – about the looming in-out vote on the UK’s continued membership of the European Union.
The head of Big Six giant Scottish Power became the latest energy boss to back Britain staying in the EU to help secure crucial gas supplies.