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Govt: Good news for families as energy bills to fall

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Govt: Good news for families as energy bills to fall

Govt: Good news for families as energy bills to fall

The energy security secretary says the announcement that the average household energy bill is to fall to its lowest point in two years from April is "good news for families".

Claire Coutinho says this will reduce the average energy bills by £250, as Ofgem lowers its price in response to wholesale costs.

Report by Brooksl.

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