No new measures to help with cost of living after crisis talks between Boris Johnson and energy bosses

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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and senior ministers hold inconclusive talks with energy companies. Pressure mounts to help residents cope with soaring gas and electricity prices. Energy bills around the world have soared this year as the war in Ukraine squeezes global oil and gas supplies. The average U.K. household fuel bill has risen more than 50% this year.
4 months ago·London, United Kingdom

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UK meets energy firms but no help yet for hard-hit consumers

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and senior ministers have held inconclusive talks with energy companies amid mounting pressure to help people cope with soaring gas and electricity prices

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UK meets energy firms but no help yet for hard-hit consumers

By JILL LAWLESS Associated PressLONDON (AP) — British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and senior ministers have held inconclusive talks with energy companies amid mounting pressure to help people cope with soaring gas and electricity prices. Johnson, who is in his final weeks as prime minister, joined his Treasury chief at the meeting with firms including Scottish Power, EDF and Centrica. But Johnson says big decisions must be left to his successor…

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