Threatened Energy Price Hikes Fuel Claimant Fears

Tuesday 23 August, 2022 Written by 
Threatened Energy Price Hikes Fuel Claimant Fears

FUEL POVERTY - Universal Credit claimants face an even tougher winter than before, with energy bills set to exceed their entire income.

The energy price cap is expected to rise to £4,200 at the beginning of next year, according to forecasts.

In comparison, the standard allowance for a single person on Universal Credit is currently around just £4,018 a year.

This impossible situation is fulling enormous concern and worry among claimants who have no idea how they are going to survive this winter.

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