Last week, the European Commission’s new proposal was shared with EU countries and said it would class gas-fuelled plants which generate power plus heating or cooling as green investment if strict conditions on emissions are met. At the end of April, the
US broadcaster and journalist Gayle King has revealed that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s sensational claims against the Royal Family would have been postponed if Prince Philip died. The Duke of Edinburgh, who has recently been discharged from hospital, spent a month
Brussels requests that the Trade and Cooperation Agreement remains provisionally applied until April 30 because of holdups in its attempt to translate the 1,240-word document into the bloc’s more than 20 languages. A Government spokesman expressed “disappointment” at the EU’s failure to
“We’d urge the Government to adopt a tapered approach to ending the Stamp Duty holiday to support the estimated 100,000 property purchases currently underway.” A Stamp Duty holiday extension targeted at people who could narrowly miss the deadline could also be implemented.