Hot Off The Wires - 28 February 2020
The government has dashed hopes among the self-employed that it would reconsider a clampdown on tax avoidance linked to off-payroll workers.
Britain moved a step closer to phasing out coal after Drax said it expected to stop burning the polluting fuel at its power plant in Yorkshire from next year.
National Express says that it will not buy another diesel bus as it aims to have a zero-emission fleet by 2035.
In a blow to the car industry a study has found that new cars are producing higher levels of carbon emissions than older models because of consumer demand for larger vehicles. According to research by the consumer group Which?, the most recent petrol, diesel and hybrid cars were producing 7 per cent more carbon dioxide than older equivalents.
Rob Pilatus and Fabrice Morvan were better known as what 1980s musical group?