Sunday, February 5, 2017
Labour has promised to place a cap on the prices charged by energy companies if it wins power.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell made the commitment to the BBC a day after Npower said it was raising electricity prices by 15% from March.
Meanwhile, Mr McDonnell used a speech earlier to vow to "close the gap" between spending in the north and south of England.
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