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Energy bills to rise up to 28% for thousands in UK as fixed contracts end

Published on Wednesday 15th of February 2017 02:23:09 PM in Guardian

Thousands of UK households are facing gas and electricity bill rises of up to 28% as fixed price contracts signed before recent energy price increases come to an end.So far this winter, EDF, npower and Scottish Power have all announced hikes, meaning the customers of those ...

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