Rishi Sunak tax warning: Hike to heat your home could QUADRUPLE

Fuel poverty group National Energy Action (NEA) are also today warning about the impact of rising fuel prices on household finances.

According to the group, average energy bills have soared over £230 per customer compared to last winter.

They also warn of further price rises ahead, predicting bills could increase by £467 next year based on an average of industry forecasts.

NEA Chief Executive Adam Scorer said: “Every home should be a warm and safe place, but for over 4.5 million UK households the cold reality is very different and getting much worse.


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