We’re out on the doorstep campaigning in Leeds NW every week. And the message we’re getting is clear.
People round here tell us times are tough. Monthly bills are going up and people are working harder to make ends meet. That amounts to a cost of living crisis for people in North West – and across the country.
The weather has been great this summer. But as the nights draw in and winter approaches people are worried about how cold it will get and the choices they will have to make to pay their energy bills.
Frankly we don’t think that is right.
People shouldn’t have to make the choice between putting food on the table and turning on the heating.
But since David Cameron has been in Downing Street prices have risen faster than wages in 38 out of 39 months and energy bills have gone up by almost…
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