People on people with low incomes will be forced to choose between buying food and heating their homes. homes because the ministers support for in cost-of-life crisis “ill-addressed” and “insufficient”, member of The government’s poverty fuel commission said.
Paul Massara, former Executive Director of Npower, called for farther package of support from the treasury on the day the taxes are due up and fuel bills jump almost £700.
Today morning minister defended measures already presented by Chancellor Rishi Sunak, but acknowledged that families in difficulty will find next several months “extremely difficult”.
Starting today, tax bills, electricity bills, telephone bills and municipal taxes will rise. with average households experiencing annual growth of more than £1,000.
Keith Malthouse, police officer minister,