Thursday, 6 February 2014

Energy Companies Accused of ‘Stealth Tax’

Energy suppliers in the UK are facing fresh controversy after nearly 200 MPs have signed a House of Commons motion for an Ofgem enquiry following accusations of ‘ripping off’ customers.Specifically, recent government figures have shown that customers who pay by methods other than a direct debit are paying £114 more than those who do. Conservative MP Robert Halfon said these charges amount to a ‘stealth tax’ on some of the poorest in society.

via Energy Companies Accused of ‘Stealth Tax’.

Energy Companies Accused of ‘Stealth Tax’

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