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Fuel Bills Going Down?

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Fuel Bills Going Down?

We could all have had a £50 reduction in our fuel bills - except Ed Millband stopped it Roll eyes
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itsme
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Re: Fuel Bills Going Down?

Strange reason. The odds that Labour would get in is very low but this statement may improve the odds as voters could see money in their pockets if they vote Labour.
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Re: Fuel Bills Going Down?

I think it shows lack of judgement by Milliband.
nanotm
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Re: Fuel Bills Going Down?

or less money in them as they get labour and not only get a price hike the minute after the results come in (before he can enact a price freeze) they also get to pay out significantly more than necessary for a 2 year period ......
just because your paranoid doesn't mean they aren't out to get you
Devonian
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Re: Fuel Bills Going Down?

Milliband would struggle choosing between coffee and tea in the morning.  Idiot.
itsme
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Re: Fuel Bills Going Down?

If none of Energy providers reduce their chargers than it show that there is no free competition.
TORPC
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Re: Fuel Bills Going Down?

It is all cooperate greed & has always been the case
Unless we get a governing body with some backbone(s) we will NEVER see the lower prices to our benefit
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Re: Fuel Bills Going Down?

Quote from: Devonian
Milliband would struggle choosing between coffee and tea in the morning.   Idiot.
You are being to kind to him, I could think of more apt descriptions but so much would get censored it would be impossible to read.