Government says campaign for energy bill payers to go on strike is ‘highly irresponsible’

The federal government has stated a marketing campaign for power prospects to go on strike and refuse to pay rising tariffs is “extremely irresponsible”.

A marketing campaign group referred to as Don’t Pay says 70,000 folks have up to now pledged to cancel their direct debits for gasoline and electrical energy in protest of escalating prices.

The federal government’s power value cap, set by regulator Ofgem, is presently set at £1,971 a 12 months for a typical family – however it’s predicted to rise to properly over £3,000 from 1 October.

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