The Panel Have An Intense Discussion On Talks Of A Potential Blackouts This Winter | Loose Women

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Britons are bracing themselves for potential blackouts this winter, with warnings of 24/7 electricity being cut off. In a bid to prevent a repeat of the 70s, people have been urged to change dinner times, lower thermostats and avoid using washing machines during the peak times of 6pm and 8pm. So would you change your dinner time to prevent a blackout?

From series 26, broadcast on 10/08/22

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