“Direct Debit fraud reeks of burning greed and abuse of power by energy companies” – Voice of the Mirror
The cost of living crisis is seriously biting and as people struggle to find ways to pay more with less, every penny counts. says the voice of the mirror
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The daylight robbery by energy giants deterring direct debit customers – charging too high fees to improve their cash flow at the expense of families – is absolutely scandalous.
Either these companies must reimburse households immediately and set reasonable lending rates, or Economy Minister Kwasi Kwarteng must end the talks and act decisively.
After skyrocketing gas and electricity bills, the direct debit scam reeks of burning greed and abuse of power.
Savings expert Martin Lewis’ outrage speaks for millions when quieter voices go unheard. The energy giants deserve every word of criticism that comes their way.
With the cost of living in dire straits and how to pay more with less, every penny counts.
The behavior of the energy bosses speaks for stricter regulation and public ownership.
Every party in Northern Ireland has a civic duty to the people of the province after seismic elections resulted in an unprecedented nationalist victory.
Stormont has to be going with a Sinn Fein first minister and a DUP deputy despite acknowledged heightened tensions between the two opposing forces.
If Ian Paisley and Martin McGuinness could work together, Michelle O’Neill and Jeffrey Donaldson would have no excuse not to pursue power-sharing.
Boris Johnson’s broken promises have undermined the DUP and given a boost to Sinn Féin. The fact that the leader of the Conservative and Unionist Party is driving the disintegration of the United Kingdom is a testament to his incompetence.
Smile lives on
As George on The Sweeney, Terry on Minder and Gerry on New Tricks, actor Dennis Waterman has carved a place in our hearts with a series of iconic TV roles.
Thank you for the smiles and memories from a Brit who has entertained us for decades and will be watched for decades to come.
https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/politics/direct-debit-scam-smacks-burning-26906237 “Direct Debit fraud reeks of burning greed and abuse of power by energy companies” – Voice of the Mirror