Ed Davey on energy policies and climate change action

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The energy and climate change secretary was asked why people were being asked to pay more for their power while many were struggling.

Ed Davey said it was "right to pursue climate change policies" and told Andrew Neil that prices of onshore, offshore and solar renewable sources were "coming down fast".

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