‘If she wanted to separate, she could have done it in the normal way’
‘If you ask what is the optimal amount of wind and solar to add in then the answer is going to be almost zero.’
‘He’s clearly experimented with the wrong company’
Royal College of Physicians take on vape critics
‘The time has come when no white person will be absolved’
That’s what you get in an 800-page bill
Protesters have been banned from the site since 2014 by court order.
‘The British people will shape their destiny, and we will stand with them’
‘Making good progress’
People will die, officials warn
Odds of Brexit hit all-time high
‘The US guards its democracy with more hysterical jealousy than any other country on earth’
‘Frightening and embarrassing’
The boom could create 5,600 steady, well-paying, jobs.
‘The carbon floor price must go’
‘It will only end its occupation when Edinburgh commits to “never invest” in any companies with more than 5 percent profit from fossil fuels’
More than 100 people detained
Even with the cuts, green energy subsidies are projected to increase to $10.8 billion by 2021
U.K. residents paid a whopping 54 percent more for electricity than Americans in 2014.
Great Britain is now the second-largest oil producer in Europe last year, after Norway.