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Why do we have to pay more than England?

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Nick - Web Team Nick - Web Team | 09:28 UK time, Wednesday, 9 April 2008

Electricity consumers in North Wales pay on average 4% more while those in South Wales pay on average 10% more for their electricity compared to the English average, according to research by fuel watchdog energywatch.

www.newswales.co.uk says the issue will be discussed by the Welsh Assembly sustainability committee tomorrow as it tries to tackle the problem of fuel poverty in Wales.

Personally, my family's household heating bill continues to rise making warmth - and, therefore, wellbeing - a luxury - not a necessity.

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