Labour unveils collective switching plan

The Labour Party is launching a scheme to cut household ­electricity bills through a collective purchasing and switching scheme called SwitchTogether, shadow energy and climate change ­secretary ­Caroline Flint announced this week. She unveiled the initiative at the party’s autumn conference in Manchester. Labour is working with a partner, the organisation iChoosr, which will help … Continued

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