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Daily Bulletin

Issue 3321


Tom Lawson Writer

Committee on Fuel Poverty finds progress is stalling The Committee on Fuel Poverty’s Third Annual Report has concluded that overall progress on reducing fuel poverty is “stalling”. Released on Wednesday 7 November, the report found that, since the launch of the government’s fuel poverty strategy in 2015, the total number of households in fuel poverty has increased by 210,000, up to 2.55mn. However, it was also found that the average fuel poverty gap – the amount needed ...

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