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Mar 22, 2023

Energy bills predicted to fall below £2,000 from July

Mar 15, 2023

Ban on forced energy prepayment meter installations extended

Mar 07, 2023

Age UK urges prepayment meter installation ‘amnesty’

Mar 03, 2023

Help with energy bills expected to last past April

Mar 02, 2023

Millions more can now access Virgin Media’s £12.50 broadband tariff

Feb 27, 2023

Energy price cap falls to £3,280 but bills set to rise in April

Feb 21, 2023

Compensation call for victims of forced prepayment meter installations

Feb 16, 2023

Forced prepayment meter installations paused for six weeks

Feb 16, 2023

Energy switching could return ‘within weeks’ as wholesale costs fall

Feb 10, 2023

Energy suppliers agree to end forced meter installations

Feb 06, 2023

Energy firms told to compensate prepay energy victims

Feb 03, 2023

Energy suppliers told to pause forced prepay meter installations

Feb 02, 2023

Customer service at biggest energy firms ‘not good enough’

Feb 02, 2023

British Gas investigated over claims agents broke into homes to fit prepay meters

Feb 01, 2023

Energy regulator mulls prepayment meter subsidy

Jan 26, 2023

Energy debt soars to £2.5bn as suppliers’ prepay meter practices under review

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