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Energy secretary to 'flex muscles' over rising bills

Published on Wednesday 19th of April 2017 10:49:17 AM in BBC

"Muscular" action will be taken by the government against energy firms' "damaging" price rises, a minister has said, but the timing remains unclear.Business and Energy Secretary Greg Clark said that, owing to the imminent election, the date for this "decisive" move was being reviewed.He claimed that ...

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