Too many Scots are spending too much of their income on their power bills.
As The Herald reveals today, Scotland has 658,000 households living in fuel poverty (using more than 10% of their income to pay their energy bills). That is almost exactly twice as many as in London, even though the English capital boasts a population of 7.5 million, compared to just 5.25m in Scotland. The figures were unearthed by the Scottish Labour MP Tom Greatrex.
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