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Millions could reclaim CASH on energy bills after an unexpected mild winter

Published on Wednesday 26th of April 2017 12:01:00 AM in Daily Express

Some could claim more than £200 from their supplier, in a major boost for those struggling with their energy bills.This will come as welcome relief for cash-strapped Britons, who are reluctantly turning their thermostats back up as a shock Arctic blast sweeps the UK.More than 11 ...

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