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Scottish Power customers to be hit by 7.8% price hike

Published on Friday 10th of February 2017 12:26:20 PM in Guardian

More than a million Scottish Power customers will see their energy bills rise by £86 a year after it became the third of the big six energy suppliers to announce a price hike.But British Gas, the biggest energy supplier, announced on Friday that it would freeze ...

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