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More Bad News From Npower--fuel To Rise 15% On Top Of 14% Rise In Jan

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http://uk.biz.yahoo.com/10032006/140/energ...rms-prices.html

Friday March 10, 01:31 PM

More Energy Firms Put Up Prices

The gas and electricity provider npower has become the latest to announce more price rises for its six million customers. Gas bills will rise by 15% and electricity by 13%. That is the second increase from npower in three months.
Its customers in January saw price increases of 14% for gas, and 13% for electricity.

How much longer can stretched homeowners and renters continue with rises of this magnitude? Something is gonna have to give. Recession anyone?

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DONT WORRY!!!

Inflation is ONLY 1.9% there is nothing to see here.... move along...

:angry:

Official government spin, er, policy: Everything that is above the rate of inflation to be removed from the core price index.

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Guest Bart of Darkness

There will be no recession as Gordon Brown doesn't want one.

That was the trouble with previous governments and recessions, they just weren't dertermined enough. All you really need to stop a recession is strength of will.

:lol:

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