Fuel Poverty Action along with UK Uncut and DPAC are soon to announce a ‘Winter of Action’ in response to the spiralling and increasingly unmanageable cost of heating homes in the UK. The campaign will be directed at the Big Six energies companies and the Government, whose cuts to fuel subsidies for the poorest and unwillingness to take on the profiteering of energy companies has significantly worsened the crisis.
In the meantime, watch this heart-breaking video from Fuel Poverty Action:
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