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DAILY MAIL COMMENT: Rishi’s on our side with bills bonanza


DAILY MAIL COMMENT: Rishi’s on our side with bills bonanza

If families thought the cost of living crunch was already hurting, they should brace themselves for much, much worse.

Ofgem yesterday predicted that the energy price cap will spike again in the autumn to £2,800 – a leap of around 40 per cent on the current price ceiling of £1,971.

With food and petrol bills also rising steeply, and a potentially job-destroying recession looming, millions are fretting over their household budgets.

While Labour dishonestly seeks to portray the Government as coldly indifferent, it is to the Chancellor’s credit that he has already introduced emergency help for struggling families worth £22billion this year.

It is to Rishi Sunak's credit that he has already introduced emergency help for struggling families worth £22billion this year

It is to Rishi Sunak’s credit that he has already introduced…



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