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Long, cold winter ahead for Britain could keep gas prices soaring to record levels

1 month ago   |   By The Guardian

Meteorologists and energy market experts predict a grim season for hard-pressed and vulnerable families The UK faces a greater than normal risk of cold winter weather this year, according to meteorologists, which threatens to ignite greater demand for gas and keep gas market prices sky-high until 2023. Both meteorologists and energy market experts are predicting a grim season ahead for UK households, millions of which could lose their energy supplier as companies collapse under the pressure of rising gas prices.
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