Energy watchdog boss says people should NOT join Don’t Pay movement

Energy watchdog urges people NOT to join boycott of gas bill payments amid fears that thousands will refuse to pay this winter and cause chaos

  • Don’t Pay has urged people to cancel their direct debit payments from October 1
  • Ofgem CEO Jonathan Brearley spoke on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme
  • It comes as price cap will be updated quarterly, rather than every six months

The head of energy regulator Ofgem has said that people should not join campaigns for an energy bill strike.

A movement called Don’t Pay has urged people to cancel their gas and electricity direct debit payments from October 1, with thousands of people already pledging their support.

In an interview with BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, Chief Executive Jonathan Brearley said: ‘I know everyone…

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