Cost of living: What are Liz Truss’s energy plans?

Cost of living: what are liz truss's energy plans?

Sky News published this video item, entitled “Cost of living: What are Liz Truss’s energy plans?” – below is their description.

Sky’s Hannah Thomas-Peter takes a closer look at Prime Minister Liz Truss’s plans to fight soaring energy bills.

Ms Truss is widely expected to announce a freeze on the energy price cap, with reports suggesting the policy could cost up to £150 billion and that this will be funded largely through borrowing.

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