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Nine out of 10 people support The Independent's calls for an independent public inquiry into the Big Six energy companies. Meanwhile, seven out of 10 think a levy on excessive energy profits is a good idea. The overwhelming public support for our
Juventus lost the lead of Serie A in Italy at the weekend by virtue of their game with Bologne being... This is a club that, despite all it's off-the-field financial problems, is currently flourishing in ... Suggested Topics Lee Clark and his
The company said total customer numbers could fall by 8% in 2012, compared with its previous estimate of 5%, and that this would lead to 200 job losses. An internal review last year revealed questionable sales techniques. The company said that its
Water bills in England and Wales to rise 5.7% in April Ofwat says customers will see improvements in services Average water and sewerage bills in England and Wales will rise by 5.7% from April to about £376 per household. The average figure disguises
On Facebook Suggested Topics ScottishPower has become the last of the big six energy companies to announce reductions in its tariffs. The firm said around 1.4 million domestic gas customers would receive lower gas bills from next month, with prices
Our daughter visited India last year to stay with the family of a friend...When we told our daughter, she explained that she had refused the quote from our bank and accepted a better alternative...In September we received a letter from the bank's
Up to 500,000 hens are being kept in battery cages on farms in the UK despite an EU-wide ban which came into force at the beginning of the year. Since 1 January, all laying hens must be kept in "enriched" cages with extra space to nest, scratch and
on 10th January 2012 Customer complaints about failures by the big six' energy firms hit four million last year. Mistakes on bills and inaccurate meter readings were the biggest source of anger and frustration, say researchers.
Approval of Allt Duine Wind Farm recommended RWE Innogy reduced its plan from 34 to 31 turbines following public feedback A plan for a wind farm that could generate electricity for up to 43,000 homes will be considered by Highland councillors on
EDF Energy's continued increase in complaints has led to it becoming the first supplier with a zero star rating. Photograph: Pierre Verdy/AFP/Getty Images The figures from July to September 2011 show an increase in complaints to five of the "Big Six"