This very helpful graph from IPPR sets out exactly why the failure of competition between the Big Six energy companies is having such an impact on household energy bills.
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At today’s Energy and Climate Change Committee the bosses of the Big Six are likely to face a grilling by MPs over recent hikes in customer bills.
The NHS lost 445 nurses in the last month, meaning that there are now 5,890 less nurses than there were in May 2010.
Npower have announced that they are to put up energy bills by 10.4 per cent from 1 December – the highest price rise so far by any supplier.
Alex Salmond and the SNP will say and do anything to get people to put a cross in the ‘Yes’ box next September.
Recently The Telegraph reported that more free schools have been set up in areas controlled by Labour than any other political party.
Energy policy faces serious problems; what is required is a clear and genuine argument which tests our understanding of the nature of the problem we face and sets out our best possible course of action.
Michael Gove, our education secretary, doesn’t appear to understand what an average is.
Energy company SSE has announced this morning that it is to raise electricity and gas prices by an average of 8.2 per cent from 15 November.
Almost half of voters would be more likely to vote for a party that promoted public ownership ahead of outsourcing and privatisation, according to a new poll.