British Gas has said the competitive nature of the UK's energy market was one of the reasons why its profits fell last year. Operating profits at its residential energy supply business fell 11% last year to �553m, from �623m in 2015.
The expansion of Heathrow can only be justified if the government proves it will not breach laws on climate change and pollution, according to a group of MPs.
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“There's no sense of complacency here, that we've got this done and we are finished,” he cautioned. “We're rightly pleased with these results and the progress we've made over the last few years.
UK business investment tumbled during the final quarter of last year, official figures have revealed, with economists attributing this to companies' increased caution amid uncertainty following the Brexit vote.