UK energy bills frozen for two years
The new UK prime minister Liz Truss has announced that household energy bills will be frozen at an average of £2,500 a year for two years during the cost-of-living crisis.From 1 October, a new ‘energy price guarantee’ will limit the price suppliers can charge customers for units of gas, while temporarily removing green levies, worth around £150, from household bills. T
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