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Secretary of state for hot air denies the energy price cap fits him | John Crace

Published on Monday 3rd of July 2017 06:36:27 PM in Guardian

Greg Clark didn’t appear to know why he had been made to come to the Commons to answer an urgent question on energy prices. As far as the business secretary was concerned, everything was absolutely tickety-boo. The energy regulator, Ofgem, had recommended it would be a ...

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