So the plumber presents his bill.
Britain slumped to its longest double-dip recession in more than 50 years today after shock figures revealed the economy shrank by a worse-than-expected 0.7% between April and June.
ENERGY bills could rise as a result of the UK Government's planned revamp of the electricity market, Vince Cable said yesterday, as a Lib-Con deal on renewables subsidy seemed to be edging closer.
ALEX Salmond has warned that his Government's flagship policy of making Scotland dependent on renewable energy by 2020 could be scuppered by delays and uncertainty from Westminster over subsidies.
In the mid-term of the Tory-LibDem Coalition whose austerity policies have failed to prevent the economy slipping into a double-dip recession, any Labour opposition leader should expect to be seen as an alternative Prime Minister.