Charities and NGOs accuse the government of changing how it calculates climate spending to claim it will exceed targets.
Labour envisions a comprehensive overhaul that includes updating existing infrastructure, increasing energy efficiency and expanding renewable energy sources.
Most of the people in Gaza have been forced to live in temporary shelters, tents, or cars.
The visit came in the backdrop of Israel and Hamas extending a ceasefire for two more days until Thursday.
UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak on Wednesday defended his decision to snub Kyriakos Mitsotakis, accusing his Greek counterpart of playing to the gallery in a row over ancient sculptures.
Rishi Sunak is under fire over a last-minute snub to the Greek PM on the Elgin Marbles issue which led to the Greek PM returning to Greece without discussing issues like illegal immigration and Gaza.
While Hamas claim that its youngest hostage was killed in an IDF airstrike, Israeli children are revealing what they were forced to endure in captivity.
The Mayor of London has implemented SWEP, which sets out to get homeless persons off of the streets, as he calls the current UK weather conditions "freezing".
At the start of his premiership, Sunak had promised to "stop the boats" but his Rwanda Bill was declared illegal by the Supreme Court.
Chancellor Jeremy Hunt, speaking from Downing Street, dismissed von der Leyen's remarks as unrealistic and emphasized the UK's commitment to forging an independent path post-Brexit.
Whittaker has been a prominent figure in the Conservative Party and has actively participated in discussions surrounding gambling legislation and policies.
Some experts have claimed that Russia might be responsible for the attack.
Her comments have sparked a debate on social media platforms.
Lack of clean drinking water, toilets, and clean food could lead to typhoid and cholera outbreaks.
Immigration Minister Robert Jenrick confirms emergency Rwanda treaty and says flights will take off "as a matter of urgency".
Outgoing Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte is the clear front-runner to become NATO's next chief, even though a shock far-right win at elections in his homeland risks tarnishing his legacy.
Britain and Greece on Tuesday disputed claims about why a prime ministerial meeting was cancelled, in a diplomatic row against a backdrop of ownership claims to ancient sculptures on display at the British Museum.
Palestinian militants have admitted to publicly executing two men in the West Bank as a warning to those reporting to Israel.
The visit comes in the backdrop of Israel and Hamas extending a ceasefire for two more days.
North Korea's ambassador made a rare appearance at the UN Security Council on Monday to defend his country's launch of a spy satellite, as leader Kim Jong Un studied images including of the White House and Pentagon.
Prime Minister Rishi Sunak on Monday announced GBP29.5 billion ($37.2 billion) of private funding for new UK projects as more than 200 CEOs descended on London for the 2023 Global Investment Summit.
UK Government To Intervene In the Telegraph Takeover Deal As Tories Worry About the Newspaper's Operations
Several Tory MPs have urged the UK government to intervene in the Telegraph takeover deal by UAE-backed investment fund, resulting in the Media Secretary writing a hard-hitting letter to the involved parties.