PM’S ENERGY PLAN | Support offered to businesses and charities

Pm's energy plan | support offered to businesses and charities

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‘We will also support all businesses, charities and public sector organisations, offering the equivalent guarantee for six months…after those six months we will provide further support to vulnerable businesses such as hospitality.’

Prime Minister Liz Truss announces emergency energy plan to help businesses as well as house holds amid the energy crisis.

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