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The energy crisis is “an emergency of pandemic-scale”, according to a leading union body. The Trades Union Congress has today warned that energy bills will cost more than two months pay if nothing is done. Average take-home pay after tax is expected to be £2,054 per month, while annual energy bills are predicted to cost… Read more »
The cost of living crisis has seen prices soar. The energy bill price cap is on the rise, with bills set to rise to £4,266 by January 2023. Various factors have impacted the increase in what the UK will be paying for their utility bills. The combination of these factors have caused a crisis that… Read more »