Millions of households face 12% gas and electricity price rise

Households on fixed tariffs will be unaffected, but those coming to the end of a contract are automatically moved to a default tariff set at the new level. In the past customers have been able to shop around for cheaper deals, but currently, they won’t find anything cheaper, due to the high price of gas.

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