The Chancellor can and must act now to support millions of households facing fuel poverty

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The Spring Statement should set out stronger support for boosting household energy efficiency, write Green Alliance's Joe Tetlow and Sam Alvis

Even before Russia's invasion of Ukraine, UK inflation was spiralling. Driven by the wholesale rise in the price of gas and the reopening of the global economy, by the start of this year inflation had...

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