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The story is about rising energy bills, the headline reads "Homeowners hit by fresh bills rise".

Does that mean people who don't own their homes aren't effected by rising energy bills? Once again I'm left feeling more than a little irritated by all the whining and hand-wringing over the plight of poor-home owners, while those of us who've been priced out and left with no option but to rent are treated as if we either don't exist or simply don't matter.

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I totally agree, although papers always refer to the majority of people - that being home owners! They really should say households...

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I totally agree, although papers always refer to the majority of people - that being home owners! They really should say households...

What they mean is; 'Hard working famillies with young children.'

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