Alan Tovey, The Telegraph

Alan Tovey

The Telegraph

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Past articles by Alan:

Pleas over soaring energy costs are being ignored, industry fears

Fears are mounting for sectors ranging from steelmaking to chemicals following a ‘disappointing’ meeting with minister → Read More

Egypt buys two mothballed Royal Navy supply ships

The deal is the first sale of military vessels to Egypt in three decades → Read More

Petrol heads for 150p a litre after hitting record high

RAC calls on the Government to ease taxes on petrol, which represents more than four fiths of the pump price → Read More

British Steel hikes prices in wake of 'exorbitant' energy costs

Scunthorpe-based company imposes temporary surcharge of £25 a ton on steel to cover rocketing power prices and £5 a ton for transport costs → Read More

Temporary European truck drivers to be paid up to a fifth more

Industry warns that higher wages are likely to be passed down the supply chain to consumers → Read More

Rolls-Royce teases first battery car 'Spectre' in all-electric plans

Luxury car maker's first battery-powered car hits the roads in 2023 after technology reaches the standards it requires → Read More

Mini Moke comes back to Britain

Production of the much-loved open top car returns from France following its relaunch last year → Read More

Power price surge threatens steel production

Energy costs at peak times are now 50 times higher for the industry compared to earlier in the year → Read More

Jobs search engine Adzuna plots £100m Aim float

Adzuna now has almost 100 staff in London, Syndey and the US and lists millions of jobs worldwide → Read More

Toyota plots green transport revolution in Derby

The programme is hoped to eventually encompass everything from driverless buses to scooters to autonomous cars → Read More

US company threatening to gatecrash Meggitt deal hits back at critics

TransDigm defends business practices and shrugs off 'private equity-style' label as fears mount about foreign takeover of another UK company → Read More

Qantas tells all staff to get vaccinated or risk being sacked

Australian airline makes inoculation mandatory for staff to protect its 'essential service' and help 'end cycle of border closures' → Read More

Defence giant Cobham to buy rival Ultra for £2.6bn

All-cash offer of £35 per share includes 'binding commitments' designed to allay national security concerns of US takeover → Read More

BAE adds new weapons to Typhoon fighter jets in £135m deal

Contract to improve the jet's ability to use the Meteor and Brimstone missiles will protect jobs in the North West → Read More

Rolls-Royce lines up funding for mini nuclear reactor revolution

Private backing for Rolls-led consortium to build new generation of 'mini nukes' unlocks hundreds of millions of taxpayer support → Read More

Battle to get the troubled Ajax tank back on track

Troubled light tank reveals flaws in defence contracts, as sector is forced to over-promise and under-deliver → Read More

Sheffield Forgemasters nationalised to save it from collapse

State takes control of historic firm to ensure production of vital components used in Royal Navy's nuclear submarines → Read More

Petrol prices hit eight-year high

Fuel inflation could be here for a while as rising demand is not being met by increasing supply → Read More

Britain needs foreign drivers to fix trucking crisis

Freight groups tell the Government it cannot end supply chain chaos simply by letting truckers work longer hours → Read More

Taxman throws £400m lifeline to troubled Stanlow refinery

The deal reached with HMRC will ease the pressure on Essar, having removed the risk of insolvency → Read More