Emmanuel Macron suggests new European political community based on core values in areas such as security and energy.
Boris Johnson, Michael Gove and the Vote Leave campaign claimed fuel bills would be lower for everyone following Brexit. Instead, bills have risen exponentially.
Brexit means that Ireland is "no longer compliant" with the EU's requirements for energy security, an Oireachtas committee has heard.
The Vote Leave figurehead called on staff in the industry to back quitting the EU so power costs could be cut - and the Prime Minister is now under pressure to act.
A small group of rightwing MPs are jangling Tory nerves and using questions about living costs to undermine climate action.
The Ukraine war has invalidated Brexit 10/03/2022
We can’t do sanctions, defence or energy without Europe.
‘We have no choice' - Price of fish supper set to soar as Brexit and energy prices begin to bite 23/02/2022
From an increase in supply costs to the knock on effect of Brexit, to rising energy prices, local chippys are taking a hit with fears that the popular Friday night takeaway could end up costing up to £10 a person.
THE average household energy bill in the UK is set to increase by at least £600 by the spring, energy and consumer groups have warned.
Greg Hands was asked why Michael Gove made the promise if it is now considered a bad move.
Boris Johnson’s promise that household gas bills will be cheaper after Brexit has turned out to be hot air following a record hike in the energy price cap.
The government has set out a plan to overhaul EU laws copied over after Brexit - a move it says will cut unnecessary "red tape" for businesses.
Some of the Tories who argued for VAT cuts as a Brexit dividend are now voting against them 11/01/2022
A dozen Tory MPs voted against slashing VAT on energy bills, despite promising to do so if Brexit went ahead.
PMQs: Boris Johnson refuses to cut VAT on energy bills despite Brexit promise that he would [3 mins] 05/01/2022
Boris Johnson has refused to cut VAT on fuel bills amid a huge rise in the cost of energy, despite promising ahead of the EU referendum that Brexit would allow him to do so.
Despite not seeming keen to cut VAT as per the Leave campaign promise, he took the opportunity to say this week that leaving the EU means the UK can now set its own VAT rates.
Flustered Boris Johnson confronted over his own Brexit pledge to cut VAT on energy bills [3 mins] 04/01/2022
The Prime Minister claimed in 2016 that 'when we Vote Leave, we will be able to scrap this unfair and damaging tax' - but since taking power he's done nothing about it.
The government would do well to read the House of Lords EU committee report on Brexit impacts, recently debated in the Lords.
Filth spewing into a picturesque stretch of U.K. coastline is far from the image of post-Brexit Britain that Boris Johnson wants to portray.
Office for Budget Responsibility contradicts government line. / Mr Johnson [Institute for Fiscal Studies] also said the OBR's estimated reduction in trade, productivity, and living standards from Brexit was "bigger than the expected long-run effect of the pandemic".
If energy shortages worsen, EU governments can resort to curbing sales of natural gas and power to 'third countries', which includes Britain as of this year.
6 Headlines Proving Brexit Is Not All It Promised To Be: 'Ever Get The Feeling You've Been Had?' 12/10/2021
Comparing the stories encouraging people to vote to leave the EU to those we've seen in recent weeks paints rather a bleak picture.
European states will, within days, announce measures to apply pressure on London to abide by Brexit agreements sealed with the bloc when Britain left the European Union, French European Affairs Minister Clement Beaune told Europe 1 radio on Tuesday.
IN September 2019, the UK Government made public its list of “reasonable worst case assumptions” in the wake of a no-deal Brexit.
Rising energy bills, higher prices and a critical shortage of workers leading to food and fuel supply constraints are threatening to stall Britain's recovery from the pandemic.