Fuel poverty will end only when we bring our energy supply back under democratic control.
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London Mayor Boris Johnson and energy secretary Ed Davey must do more to ensure Londoners aren’t left out in the cold by rocketing energy bills.
Autumn Statement 2012: George Osborne’s ‘Dash for Gas’ is not only environmentally ruinous but will also worsen fuel poverty, writes nef’s James Angel.
Bill hikes, “Libor-like” fixing of wholesale gas prices, huge profits… time to investigate the limitations of private utilities running our energy supplies.
Eleanor Besley argues that we can’t focus just on car drivers when it comes to transport policy – and that if we put all our effort on to fuel price, we risk subsidising the rich.