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Monday, 28 October 2013

A Perfect Example of Jewish Usury in Action

Profits for energy firms DOUBLE in a year adding £50 to every family's bill while wholesale prices barely change

Profits made by energy firms on household bills have more than doubled in a year, damning new figures reveal.

As the Big Six companies drive through price hikes of up to 10 per cent, it also emerged that the costs to them of buying gas and electricity has remained almost unchanged since autumn 2012.

Increases in what energy companies pay for gas and electricity have added just £10 to household bills, but profit margins added £50 in a year.

Bosses responsible for crippling rises this winter are due to be grilled by MPs tomorrow about claims they are driving up costs to make even bigger profits while leaving customers to choose between heating and eating.

David Cameron is under intense pressure to tackle soaring bills, after Labour demanded a two-year freeze and former Tory Prime Minister Sir John Major called for a windfall tax to help the elderly to keep warm this winter.

British Gas 'has taken £20million from customers who close accounts while in credit to boost its profits'

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