Energy crisis Liz Truss is the new British Prime Minister
Troubles in Europe due to energy prices
After a week of decline, gas prices are back on the rise again. The reason: Russia is keeping the Nord Stream 1 gas pipeline closed for a longer time. Officially because of the oil spill that needs fixing, but European leaders believe Russia is doing it primarily as political leverage. This causes a lot of concern. Meanwhile, electricity prices are rising.
To find a way out, the European Commissioner in charge Breton came to speak today with Energy Minister Getten and Prime Minister Rutte. economic Matejs Baumann The European Union Correspondent Kecia Hexter In the studio and explain possible solutions. We also talk to Russia correspondent energy experts Geert Grote Corkamp The European Commissioner Thierry Britton.
Britain has a new prime minister
Liz Truss, 47, succeeds Boris Johnson as the UK’s new Prime Minister and Conservative Party leader. With over 21,000 votes, she defeated her rival Rishi Sunak.
in news hour Tonight is a picture of Truss, who faces a challenging task: guiding the UK through economically difficult times. We are talking to the reporter Fleur Lunsbash.
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