Big families may be spending more than a QUARTER of disposable income on energy as the average bill soars to £742 a month from start of next year, figures show

by Boo_Randy

As the UK sheeple get ready to swap out one set of globalist stooges for another, soaring energy costs are going to cut into their ability to cover the mortgages and rents on their insanely overpriced housing. Something’s got to give here, but the sheeple need to feel more pain before they open their eyes.

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Soaring energy costs could force large families to spend more than a quarter of their disposable income on utility bills next year, an analysis has warned.

It comes as the average bill for electricity and gas is expected to reach £742 for large households in January, a huge jump from the £246 recorded at the start of this year.


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