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Britain's energy price cap left many people confused – especially Conservative voters

By Dorothy Yen, Professor in Marketing, Brunel University London
Steve Pickering, Docent, Political Science, University of Amsterdam
Thomas Scotto, Professor of Politics, University of Glasgow
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If you’re in the UK, how do you understand the government’s plan to deal with energy prices?

Has it:
  1. Capped energy bills for all households at £2,500 for the next two years;
  2. Capped the price of energy so a typical household will pay £2,500 per year for the next two years;
  3. Required energy providers to offer free gas and electricity when the temperature falls below 4 degrees, up to £2,500 per year; or,
  4. Increased the personal income tax allowance for the next two years by £2,500 to help offset energy costs.

If you answered 2)…The Conversation

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