Labour’s policy of not granting licenses for viable oil and gas fields in the North Sea would mean the UK “would be reliant on countries like Russia” for energy, Michael Gove has claimed. The levelling up secretary said that “the Just Stop Oil policy”, which he also called “the Labour policy”, » Read More
The world is focused on the recently launched Ukrainian liberation offensive. Ukraine can and must win. The aggressors must be pushed out, and peace must be on Ukraine’s terms. It must be clear to all that the violation of sovereignty will not stand, the self-determination of peoples will not be dismissed, » Read More
There was much reflection as we entered the second year of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. One of the most horrifying personal memories is witnessing the genocide and human rights abuses that have taken place across swathes of our nation. It is vital that the perpetrators of these heinous crimes are prosecuted and a structure
Ben Wallace, the defence secretary, has argued that the Russian army’s tactical changes in Ukraine show Vladimir Putin has “failed” to secure his original objectives. On the one year anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the ministry of defence tweeted this morning that Russia has “likely changed its approach” in its military offensive, » Read More
The tensions between Russia and the rest of Europe over natural gas flows have underscored the unsustainability of the continent’s energy system, according to Goldman Sachs. With the right mix… The post Can Europe replace Russian gas? appeared first on London Business News | Londonlovesbusiness.com.
In a statement to the House of Commons, foreign secretary Liz Truss updated the House of Commons on the war in Ukraine. Truss announced further sanctions including on the head of the Russian Orthodox Church and Russia’s children’s rights commissioner. The secretary of state underlined the UK’s continued commitment to Ukraine, telling the House that…
Russia’s central bank today announced it could keep cutting interest rates as its war against Ukraine rages on. The key interest rate is back to levels before the Ukraine war… The post Russia’s central bank: We could keep cutting interest rates appeared first on London Business News | Londonlovesbusiness.com.
Putin ordered the assassination Litvinenko’s hitman over suspicions he was linked to intelligence agency of an ‘unfriendly country’
Vladimir Putin ordered the assassination of Dmitry Lovtun who was wanted in the UK for the assassination of the former KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko. Kovtun was originally said to have… The post Putin ordered the assassination Litvinenko’s hitman over suspicions he was linked to intelligence agency of an ‘unfriendly country’ appeared first on London Business…
Defence secretary Ben Wallace has suggested that UK defence spending ought to go up and has accused Russia of mirroring the horrors of the Second World War. “As a threat changes, so should our funding”, he explained following his address to the National Army Museum earlier today. Wallace claimed the Ministry of Defence budget for…
The world’s largest drone manufacturer DJI has temporarily halting operations in Russia and Ukraine in a move that shows China has begun to penalise Russia over its invasion into Ukraine.… The post Chinese drone giant DJI halts business in Russia as Ukraine war intensifies appeared first on London Business News | Londonlovesbusiness.com.