Britain’s opposition Labour Party to demand energy price cap freeze
By Andrew MacAskill LONDON - Britain's main opposition Labour Party will call for the energy price cap to be frozen this autumn, a party source said, to help the public deal with another expected surge in energy bills during the worst cost-of-living crisis in decades. The Labour leader Keir Starmer is expected to set out details of the plans on Monday and call for a block on the
Households could save £1,000 on bills under new proposal for energy bills price cap freeze
KEIR STARMER has publicly shared his plan to freeze the energy price cap to address the country's soaring bill crisis which could save families £1,000 a year.
Keir Starmer will vow energy bills freeze this winter - cancelling £2,000 hike
Labour's leader will announce he would keep the energy bills price cap at its current level of £1,971 per year for six months, until the end of March 2023, in a pledge due on Monday