What has the new PM got planned for your energy bills?

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It’s been confirmed that Liz Truss will replace Boris Johnson as the UK’s new prime minister. Tackling the cost of living crisis is expected to be at the top of her inbox – in particular spiralling energy bills.
 
What are the new prime minister's options for tackling your spiralling energy bills?
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New PM Liz Truss is widely expected to announce a multi-million pound support package to deal with increasing energy bills within days. Get to know what today’s events could mean for your energy bills.
The Money Edit explains what the new PM might be planning to tackle spiralling energy bills.
 
Autumn budget 2022 - when is it and what could it mean for your money?
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Unlike a regular Budget, an emergency budget is usually focused on one particular issue. This time the cost of living crisis is expected to be the dominant theme. What could be announced and when could it happen?
The Money Edit reveals the latest autumn budget rumours and what it could mean for your money
 
Are energy prices rising in Europe and what are other governments doing to help?
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Do we have it worse in the UK? With energy prices still sky-high in this country, we look at what energy is costing our European neighbours and how their governments are taking action, or not.
Good To Know shares how the energy crisis is hitting Europe and what they’re doing about it
 
What to do if your energy direct debit is higher than expected
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Here’s a step-by-step guide to what you can do if your direct debit amount has shot up by more than the price cap increase, or simply more than you can afford.
The Money Edit explains how you can push back against a direct debit hike.

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