Thursday, January 20, 2022

It’s time for a fundamental review of how UK utilities operate

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With households grappling with soaring bills, the government can no longer ignore calls to repair Britain’s battered energy market.

The average household is expected to be hit by a £700 increase in its energy bill in April, an amount many are struggling to absorb – particularly at a time of rising taxes, falling government benefits and a struggling economy

The crisis of sky-high wholesale energy prices is a global crisis, but the UK is uniquely affected – a fact the government refuses to acknowledge.

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