One-in-four Britons predicted to be unable to afford energy bills in October

Citizens Advice estimates that millions of people are not eligible for the government’s targeted support

No white smoke after government’s energy crisis meeting

An emergency meeting was held earlier today between the Prime Minister, high-profile ministers and energy companies

October energy price shock make Brits to cut their energy use for first time

Nearly 28% of Brits say this is the first summer they try to reduce their energy consumption, according to a survey

Industry reacts to government’s energy bill package

The industry has welcomed the Chancellor’s announcement but has also called for longer-term solutions

Are cheap energy deals threatened with extinction?

The cheapest fixed tariff energy deals cost £1,700 more than the price cap, according to a new report

E.ON boss: “Nearly 40% of households could be hit by fuel poverty”

Michael Lewis has said household energy bills could soar to around £2,800 a year from October

Ofgem: “Inability to afford rising bills, a matter of life and death”

Jonathan Brearley has said further price increases will come later this year

Households’ energy bills could be pushed to £2,800 a year, warns Bank of England

Higher prices would mean a 40% rise in the price cap in October, according to the bank’s Monetary Policy Committee

‘Almost a quarter of older people face fuel stress from April’

The figure could rise to 35% when prices go up again in October, a charity has warned