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|Addressing rising energy bills: what could the new prime minister do?||492.51 KB|
Big increases in energy bills mean that UK households are set to face a very difficult winter. Annualised bills for a typical household are currently £1,971, already 50% higher than in March, but they are expected to increase to £3,600 in October, and even further, to £4,600, from January. The government has already provided some support, but more is likely to be needed. This paper lays out the government’s options.