British Gas and E.on freeze energy prices until March 2017 – but switching can still slash your bills
Two more big six suppliers have vowed not to raise prices on their standard variable tariffs until spring 2017
The Business Secretary is to investigate an allegation that the 'big six' make more money than they admit to
Concerns about SSE’s approach to switching its customers onto prepay meter tariffs has sparked an investigation
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