Energy firms push for more cuts to green levies

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Chair of Commons energy committee warns of danger of having 'opened the door' to cutting environmental programme

The government is coming under pressure from energy firms to make a second stage of cuts to green levies or face gas and electricity price rises in the months before the 2015 election. Ministers agreed...

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