energy prices

Big energy companies are facing a regulatory crackdown after Dermot Nolan, the Ofgem chief executive said companies had failed
Big energy companies are facing a regulatory crackdown after Dermot Nolan, the Ofgem chief executive said companies had failed
'Cap Energy Prices to Uncap the Market', says Sheila Lawlor, Politeia's Director Many free marketeers saw red this week when
Isn't it interesting what elections do? In an effort to buy votes, governments suddenly start showing empathy with forgotten voters. The UK Conservative Party's plan to cap energy prices is the gimmick in point. Why hasn't the government done something durable to check the rapacious corporate appetite for exploiting consumers and citizens?
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It's time for urgent action from the government to wake up to these market forces and what they mean for British consumers, British firms and British industry. We've failed to benefit from the plunge in prices; it's now essential not to be caught out by the rebound...
No-one in their right mind would design today's energy market. It is complex, confusing and counter-intuitive. It benefits energy companies, at the expense of the British public, who are routinely overcharged by expensive tariffs. It's time for the government to force retailers to charge a single unit price.
Ed Miliband has accused David Cameron of trying to "magic away" the problems of struggling families by claiming credit for