Prime Minister Johnson calls on Britain to stop relying on foreign energy

The average energy bill for UK households has risen by 80% to £3,549 ($4,188) a year since October last year, pushing millions of households into “energy poverty”.

The average energy bill for British households has risen by 80% to £3,549 ($4,188) a year since October last year, pushing millions of households into “energy poverty”.

Facing the worst consumer price crisis in decades, the British government’s response has been limited by the race to replace Johnson until 5/9, depending on the votes of Conservatives in favour of tax cuts and spending.