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Most of us don’t change energy suppliers. We need to cap variable tariffs

Published on Sunday 12th of March 2017 12:05:09 AM in Guardian

This year I believe we have a real opportunity to make things better for energy consumers. I have been an energy consumer champion for 17 years and, after many years of battling energy companies on mis-selling and a host of other issues, what I do know ...

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