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UK energy bills ‘to top £5,000 in January’

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British households face average energy bills surging above £5,000 next year. The warning follows a steep rise in wholesale gas prices and came as the Prime Minister attended a meeting with the electricity sector in Downing Street. That meeting failed to produce any immediate concrete help for struggling households.
4 months ago·London, United Kingdom

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