Energy-intensive firms to get electricity bill help

The five groups – the British Chambers of Commerce, the Confederation of British Industry, the Federation of Small Businesses, the Institute of Directors and Make UK – said businesses were likely to be faced with further costs as existing fixed tariff contracts come to an end.

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