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Not unless there’s a power cut (we just wanted to get Christmas into the headline). But they could, possibly, go out on New Year’s Day...
It has now reached a “critical point”, according to the price commissioner.
The cost of electricity on the semi-feudal island in the British Channel has hit the highest known of price on earth. And it’s nothing to do with Brexit.
The Mega Files: the delicate process towards transparency in the crown dependencies
Democracy put to the test over power supplier monopoly
Power battle heightened by strained relations with Barclay twins, who own next island
House buyers see the island as an escape from Brexit and a possible Labour government
Statisticians attempt to solve mystery of differing figures
US buyout group digs deep to acquire patent services business from Cinven
Disclosure of Crown Dependencies and Overseas Territories’ records likely to spur prosecutions
What would leaving the EU mean for the Crown dependencies?
How to manage new restrictions in the event of an Out vote
UK should back measures that are practical, not just crowd pleasing
Corbyn faces accusations of hypocrisy after earlier criticism of Jersey and Guernsey
Frustrations of earlier HSBC Swiss list highlight limitations of leaked data
Island vows to make information available to UK authorities within 24 hours
Channel Island says it is still attractive despite new tax transparency rules
Ontario Teachers appoints Bjarne Graven Larsen as chief investment officer