Rudd ‘surprised’ by ministers’ lack of fresh steps on energy bills

Former secretary of state for energy and climate change Amber Rudd has said she is “very surprised” that the government has not taken more action to tackle unaffordable energy bills, predicting the pressure to do will become “unstoppable” this autumn.

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