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Energy prices to rise for millions as Ofgem increases cap

BBC News Thursday, 7 February 2019 ()
Energy prices to rise for millions as Ofgem increases capA new price cap could see households on default energy tariffs typically pay an extra £117 a year.
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News video: Claire Perry defends energy price cap despite £117 rise

▶ Claire Perry defends energy price cap despite £117 rise 01:09

Energy Minister Claire Perry has insisted that the energy market is "much fairer" despite a rise in the energy price cap. Around 15 million households will see their energy prices rise after regulator Ofgem hiked price caps designed to protect those on poor value deals. The energy watchdog said it...

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