Customers should get winter ‘break’ from levies on energy bills

The government should give energy customers a “break” by taking levies off their bills for the winter, the co-author of the 2019 Conservatives’ election-winning manifesto has said. Rachel Woolf told a fringe event at the Tory conference in Manchester on Tuesday (5 October) that temporary relief from policy costs could help households struggling to cope with rising prices.

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