Total 6 Posts
Britain’s energy price cap left many people confused – especially Conservative voters4 min read
A third of the people surveyed incorrectly thought there was a £2,500 cap on energy bills following Liz Truss’s claim that her government was “making sure nobody is paying fuel bills of more than £2,500”.
What to do if your supplier takes you to court7 min read
What can you do if your supplier wants to apply for a warrant to install a prepayment meter in your home? Here are much-needed information and guidance about cost of living support and consumer rights.
Understanding the rules on energy disconnection and prepayment meters6 min read
What are your rights surrounding disconnection and prepayment meters? Here are much-needed information and guidance for consumers to know about the support they may be legally entitled to.
Claiming the welfare benefits you are entitled to6 min read
There is a significant issue of welfare benefits going unclaimed in the UK, as people are often unaware of the help they can access. Here are much-needed information and guidance for consumers to know about the support they may be legally entitled to.
Understanding your energy bill support and discounts6 min read
Rising energy prices have left many people feeling anxious about how to pay their bills. Here are much-needed information and guidance about cost of living support and consumer rights.
Cost of living crisis – Historical evidence suggests voters could quickly turn against Tories.5 min read
As household budgets come under strain, so does support for governments, as Boris Johnson should note.