UK Fuel Poverty

The Cost of Energy: Time for a Whole New Agenda for People and the Planet

Chris Walker | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK Politics
Chris Walker

Last week, EDF became the fifth of the 'Big Six' energy providers to announce an increase in energy costs for consumers this autumn. It's now a regular occurrence that energy price hikes cause anger among UK consumers, followed by stern words from political leaders.

The Financial Crisis will Become a Financial Catastrophe for Poor Families This Winter

Anne Marie Carrie | Posted 20.12.2011 | UK
Anne Marie Carrie

Fuel poverty is increasingly a worrying reality for millions of families in the UK - and if forecasters are right this winter is going to be one of the toughest in many years.

Good Capitalism can save the Labour Party

Eoin Barry Clarke | Posted 10.12.2011 | UK Politics
Eoin Barry Clarke

Ed Miliband's conference speech opened up a new paradigm in British political discourse. The prospective future Prime Minister has calculated that the nation is ready to listen to his vision of how a 'good capitalism' can work. But the potential pitfalls are plentiful.