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Labour criticises 'loophole' in Sunak's energy bills grant

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Labour criticises 'loophole' in Sunak's energy bills grant

Labour criticises 'loophole' in Sunak's energy bills grant

Shadow Chancellor Rachel Reeves has criticised Rishi Sunak's energy bills grant over a "loophole" that could see owners of multiple properties receive multiple payments.

The Labour frontbencher said: "You could find some of the richest and wealthiest people in our country getting more then £1,000 in support while some of the poorest get nothing like that." Report by Buseld.

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