Boris Johnson says current help for energy bills isn’t enough

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Boris Johnson has said that the current support package for people struggling to pay their energy bills is not enough.

The Prime Minister said that he expects more money will follow to aid with another energy price cap lift in January.

Mr Johnson will step down as PM in September but said that he was “making sure there is extra cash” for his successor to provide additional support.

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