Join Fuel Poverty Action for a creative protest against poverty profiteers British Gas at their Annual General Meeting!
Happy new year. Fuel Poverty Action need your help! Fuel Poverty Action have found that over the past few months the issue of prepayment meter has cropped up again and again, but we need your help to work out the full picture. We have heard all sorts of horror stories in the last couple of … Continue reading
Dear Leaders and Members of the Church of England, In response to Church of England comments on fuel poverty and on fracking Members of Fuel Poverty Action have been glad to see senior figures in the Church of England engaging with the issue of fuel poverty, an acute problem for so many … Continue reading
Join Fuel Poverty Action, UK Uncut, the Greater London Pensioners’ Association and Disabled People Against Cuts for an outrageous, creative and inclusive protest against fuel poverty deaths on November 26th at 11.30am in Central London. Meeting point: Outside the Royal Exchange, by Bank Station, to march to NPower offices together On November 26th, the number … Continue reading
Join Fuel Poverty Action, UK Uncut, the Greater London Pensioners’ Association and Disabled People Against Cuts for an outrageous, creative and inclusive protest against fuel poverty deaths on November 26th at 11.30am in Central London. Meeting point – well it’s a secret, for now.
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Labour leader Ed Milliband announced on Tuesday that Labour would seek to freeze energy prices for 20 months from 2015 and introduce a new energy regulator if the Labour party win the general election in two years time. The Big Six energy companies were quick to rubbish the idea, with Centrica, parent company of British Gas, … Continue reading
The Guardian has just published a story about a dispute over whether Scottish Power, one of the ‘Big Six’ energy companies, should be sponsoring a fuel poverty conference in Harrogate this week. Our criticism of their sponsorship can be read here: http://www.theguardian.com/society/2013/sep/15/scottish-power-sponsor-fuel-poverty-conference )