The UK election results are in and Rishi Sunak is our new prime minister, alongside his running mate Jeremy Hunt who remains chancellor. Together they have been chosen by the people, for the people and of the people.

Does this mean political and economic stability, or a Labour government? Find out from Nigel Farage.

But perhaps UK politics will now take a back seat to energy policy in coming months. And changes certainly are afoot. While the Europeans debate a cap on gas prices, their gas price has gone negative. And while the Germans scramble to keep their nuclear power online, they’re busy tearing down windmills to get at the coal beneath them.

If UK politics just got boring, energy markets are ready to take up the mantle…

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Nick Hubble
Editor, Fortune & Freedom