British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is set to step down following a spate of resignations from his government. Reports say he may remain in power till later this year when a new party leader is elected
Rise in the energy price cap will add to the woes of the already suffering working class who are unable to meet their ends due to the highest inflation in 40 years.
People in the UK are facing a severe cost of living crisis marked by skyrocketing energy and food prices, along with a crisis of governance marked by cronyism, incompetence and duplicity
In the UK, more than 14.5 million people live in poverty, including 4.3 million children and the soaring energy costs are expected to affect them the most.