Labour reveals plan to switch off Ofgem

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Opposition argues new energy regulator is needed with beefed up powers to tackle unfair price hikes

The Labour Party has revealed plans to scrap energy regulator Ofgem and replace it with a new watchdog with beefed up powers, capable of forcing energy companies to pass cuts in wholesale energy prices...

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