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Mr Penrose, who organised the letter with the support from Labour’s Caroline Flint and the SNP’s Patricia Gibson, added: “This was a manifesto pledge in the Conservative, Labour and SNP election campaigns, and the breadth and depth of cross-party signatures on this letter shows huge support for the Government to get this through Parliament.” An energy price cap has huge support from the public.
More than 120,000 people have signed a 38 Degrees petition asking the Government to deliver their election promise.
A total of 76 Conservatives MPs have joined forces with 116 Labour, SNP and Green members in the cross-party drive to give families price protection against “stitch-up” energy firms.
They include former cabinet ministers Stephen Crabb, Andrew Mitchell, Maria Miller, Caroline Spelman and David Jones, with Robert Halfon, Helen Grant, Dan Poulter and Greg Knight among other ex-frontbenchers.
“If Ofgem won’t challenge the Big Six and stand up for consumers, the Government should replace it and implement the energy price cap itself.” In May the Prime Minister said she was “making a promise” that the Conservatives would protect “around 17 million families on standard variable tariffs” by introducing a cap on household bills.
The Conservative election manifesto promised to extend an existing cap for the four million homes with pre-payment meters to “more customers”.
Leonardo wrote in Italian using a special kind of shorthand that he invented himself.Greg Jackson, CEO of new supplier Octopus Energy, also backed action saying: "Britain’s energy market is grotesquely distorted and hugely rigged against consumers.Current proposals are so limited that they do nothing to create a transparent and functioning market that could harness competition and bring down prices for everyone." A BEIS spokesperson said: “The Government is determined to see the huge detriment suffered by loyal energy consumers addressed.I was always quite shy around my family and I would just sit and observe the anarchy. I find myself reading about The Only Way is Essex and then stop and think, ‘What am I doing?It made sense to talk about it because almost everyone can relate if I’m eating my cereal in the morning I’ll just peruse one of my cookery books and think, ‘Oh I’ll cook that tonight.’ I get quite animated – I came across peanut butter and chocolate cheesecake in a Nigella Lawson cookbook the other day and it honestly made me punch the table it looked so good. I’ve got a degree’ [Russell studied economics at the University of the West of England, Bristol]. It’s like someone whispering to me, ‘Oi, psst, come over here – I’ll tell you about the Kardashians.’I don’t have one.