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Energy - Bills Up Big Again And Set To Continue

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No let up inflation nation. £20 a day for fuel during cold spells, £3000 a year by 2020 maybe. All good then as inflation will save this country. :lol:

http://www.mirror.co.uk/money/personal-finance/energy-price-rise-expected-within-2274962

Energy price rise expected 'within weeks' with bills set to soar by up to £142 a year

15 Sep 2013 09:00

It could push up ­annual gas and electricity bills to more than £1,500 for the first time, piling fresh misery on hard-up customers

http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/425813/3-000-a-year-bills-on-the-way-as-energy-prices-rise-again

£3,000-a-year bills on the way as energy prices rise again

HARD-UP families could see energy bills double to a ­whopping £3,000 a year, experts warned last night.

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The UK economy has to deleverage. Until asset prices and current prices are brought back into balance there can be no recovery. Either asset prices come down or current prices go up, or some combination of both.

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