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Martin Lewis is wrong about the ‘energy poll tax’

1 April 2024

5:30 PM

1 April 2024

5:30 PM

Given that a fair proportion of the UK public seem to want Martin Lewis to be prime minister, the government might well hesitate to dismiss the Money Saving Expert’s latest grumble: that Ofgem’s cap on standing charges is to be jacked up from today – from 53 pence to 60 pence per day in the case of electricity and from 29 pence to 31 pence in the case of gas.

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