The campaigning group said a third runway at Heathrow airport would be an ‘air pollution and carbon timebomb’
Campaigners and politicians warn it could cost UK tax-payers up to £30bn over the project’s lifetime
Findings come amid claims Government has agreed to pay private firm double the wholesale price for electricity
Acquisition of US ‘frankenstein’ foods company creates the world’s biggest maker of seeds and pesticides – but some analysts have lebelled it a ‘horror deal’
Moody's has downgraded EDF debt because of Hinkley Point
Of the 27 TTIP chapters, 18 are more than half way through the negotiating process
'David Cameron as you may have heard is very very excited about something called fracking,' says the Oscar-award winning actor
The Frenchman is the club's leading all-time goalscorer
Melting ice means industrial-scale vessels are able to venture much further north in search of catches
The rig is accompanied by lorry and drilling sounds and features a flare which fires up every hour
Postscript: Mr Hewetson believes Putin had an ulterior motive for authorising the release of the Arctic Sunrise protestors
A coach trip to Dean Court would have taken around three and a half hours
The first of 30 Greenpeace activists arrested after a protest over Arctic oil drilling has left Russia, the environmental group said on Thursday, with all expected to get clearance to leave Russia by Friday.
The protesters and two freelance journalists, including six Britons - were arrested after Russian authorities boarded their ship, the Arctic Sunrise, during an anti-drilling demonstration in September
Hopes are now that activists and journalists will be home for Christmas following move by Russian parliament
The Russian authorities have told a group of Greenpeace activists and freelance journalists arrested during a protest against oil drilling in the Arctic that they cannot leave the country.