CMA decision could cost households £3.7bn

Consumer advocate Citizens Advice has calculated that the Competition and Markets Authority’s findings in the appeal of four water companies’ price review could cost households as much as £3.7 billion by setting a "dangerous precedent" for energy networks' price controls.

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