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Brent crude fell as much as $3 a barrel to a four-week low of $108.50
A call for the personal income tax allowance to be raised to £10,500 a year has led to fresh skirmishes between Nick Clegg’s Liberal Democrats and his Conservative coalition partners.
Russia stands accused of using its gas as a foreign policy tool
Three televised debates during the course of the campaign would exclude both Ukip and the SNP from participating
We all enjoy finding a bargain but motorists hitting the roads to find cheap petrol could be making an expensive mistake. New research suggests it's not worth driving more than a couple of miles to save 1p off a litre.
Easing of pressure from cost of living offers some relief for stretched household budgets
The Prime Minister has said he cannot see anything wrong with fracking if it is properly regulated.
The 'island fuel rebate' which saves drivers 5p a litre off Scottish coast and on Scilly Isles could be rolled out across UK
The Energy Secretary Ed Davey has attacked the Taxpayers’ Alliance – accusing the campaign group of making “dodgy, back-of-fag-packet claims” about energy bills.
But regulator says cost would be offset by curbs to pensions, expenses for dinners, TV licences, taxis, and 'golden goodbyes'
Fracking activities are set to resume in an area that was hit by two minor earthquakes linked to the controversial technology.
It's not so easy to exploit shale gas reserves found in the UK
Traffic and navigation app works by connecting drivers to one another
Tech giants interested in buying programme with estimated price 'as much as $1 billion'
Falling prices at the petrol pumps led to a bigger-than-expected drop in inflation in April, the first easing in the annual rate of price rises for six months.
Oil executives could face jail if they conspired to keep petrol prices high by rigging the market, David Cameron has warned.