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Energy bosses face MPs over price rises

Senior executives from Britain's 'big six' energy firms have been justifying their profits in Parliament following the recent rise in energy bills.

The average duel fuel bill has risen to around £1400 per year, after four energy companies raised their prices by around 9%.

John Moylan reports.

  • 29 Oct 2013
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