Idea to Freeze UK Utility Prices Makes Waves
A suggestion to freeze UK gas and electricity prices have sent utility stock prices tumbling and prompted condemnation from affected companies, reports The New York Times.
The proposals, which would see prices frozen for 20 months until 2017, were put forward by Ed Miliband, leader of the opposition Labour Party, at his party’s annual conference last week.
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