UK prepares for major spike in energy use over Christmas period thanks to festive lights, turkey dinners, and extra home heating demand
For most people Christmas conjures up images of twinkling lights, tables laden with roast dinners, cosy log fires and the Queen's speech on television. It's an expensive season, but one cost that is...
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