Prime Minister Theresa May will lead a meeting of the U.K. government’s emergency committee on Monday to discuss the security of shipping in the Persian Gulf after Iran seized a British oil tanker in the Strait of Hormuz last week.
Theresa May's turbulent leadership of the Conservative Party will end on June 7, paving the way for a new prime minister to lead the Brexit process.
Like the majority of the work the UK underwater engineering industry carries out, its contribution to the economy has been largely hidden from view nationally.
Theresa May will today announce UK Government backing for a multi-million-pound Aberdeen underwater engineering hub to help the oil industry diversify into green energy.
The pound gained ground on Monday as traders pinned their hopes on a fresh Brexit deal being presented to Parliament this week.
Theresa May pledged to take further action to prevent consumers being "overcharged" by big business as a price cap on gas and electricity for millions of homeowners came into force.
UK energy minister Claire Perry has come out in support of Theresa May ahead of a no confidence vote in her leadership.
Scotland’s energy minister has said a no deal Brexit scenario would be “hugely damaging” to the North Sea oil and gas sector.
The Prime Minister has been asked by several north-east politicians to set out a timeline for fully devolving oil and gas powers to Scotland.
Families' wallets will be pumped up by the Prime Minister as she continues the fuel duty freeze.
Plans to make it easier to explore shale gas deposits and carry out fracking have been discussed by the Cabinet.
The spy poisoning scandal in the U.K. is spilling into energy.
Theresa May is facing renewed pressure to abandon her plan enshrine the date of Brexit in law after a cross-party committee of MPs warned it could cause “significant difficulties” in the talks with Brussels.
Senior Conservative Party donors have said Theresa May should be prepared for a "no deal" Brexit rather than accepting an "unsatisfactory and unfavourable deal" that could cause divisions for another generation.
The Government's energy price cap legislation has sent an "important message to the industry" the Prime Minister has said as she expressed "hope" that it would "make changes even before we get the legislation on the statute book".
Prime Minister Theresa May has used a phone call with her Israeli counterpart to stress the importance of the Iran nuclear deal.
The Government is to publish draft legislation to enforce a cap on some energy prices on Thursday, it has been announced.
The Prime Minister plans to introduce a price cap on energy prices next week, bringing a draft Bill to Parliament which she claims will "stop ordinary families being ripped off."
Founder and chief executive officer of People’s Energy, David Pike, doesn’t believe that the Conservative pledge on energy prices will have much effect on consumers, if it happens at all.
Theresa May faced a backlash from business leaders after announcing plans to put a price cap on “rip-off” bills.
Energy price cap will force Big Six to ‘start competing on their own merits’, says green energy boss
Theresa May’s new proposed limit on utility costs will force the industry’s big energy giants to justify ‘charging extortionate rates’, believes Bulb co-founder Hayden Wood.
Theresa May must deliver on a key election pledge to bring in an energy price cap for 17 million families, scores of Tory MPs have insisted.
The Brexit Secretary made a fresh appeal for MPs to “work together” on Britain’s exit from the European Union ahead of the publication on Thursday of the major Repeal Bill to remove the supremacy of Brussels law.
Theresa May has won a guarded welcome from fellow European leaders for proposals which could see three million EU citizens win the right to stay on in Britain after Brexit.
Former foreign secretary Mr Hammond remains as Chancellor of the Exchequer. He has previously served as transport secretary and defence secretary. The “reassuringly boring” choice, Mr Hammond, 61, studied philosophy, politics and economics at Oxford University and is believed to have a devout belief in economic stability and prudent public finances.