Treasury defends lack of detail on windfall levy

A Treasury minister has defended the lack of detail furnished by Rishi Sunak about government plans to extend its windfall tax on oil and gas profits to electricity generation. The chancellor of the exchequer said in last month’s cost-of-energy statement that he was “evaluating” an extension of the energy profits levy, which will initially be imposed on oil and gas production in the North Sea.

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