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Shell also forcibly installed prepayment meters in some 4,145 homes during 2022, according to the i. The practice has been criticised because it is typically used where a household has run up debt, meaning those affected are disproportionately on lower incomes and less able to pay in advance. The i says the installations came in a year many of the company’s customers had to choose whether to “heat or eat”.

i Front Page 18th of June 2024

Nigel Farage has admitted that it is “impossible” to know if the Reform Party would be able to keep its low-tax pledge, due to the difficulty in accurately predicting the future state of public finances.

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i Front Page 17th of June 2024

Labour has been criticised for allegedly diluting their housing reform pledges, including the removal of specific targets and protections which were part of the original manifesto to support first-time buyers and renters.

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