New research has shown that some of the hardest hit areas in the country may be paying the highest rates for their gas and electricity. The latest Quarterly Price Survey, conducted by price comparison service energyhelpline , has shown that prices can differ between different regions of the UK by as much as £92 a year. Energyhelpline.com, said: "It's a cruel irony that the areas being landed with the highest bills are the ones where cash is most strapped and where people are struggling to find employment. This postcode lottery places extra strain on squeezed budgets and could throw more people into fuel poverty. The best advice for those hit hardest by rising household utility bills is to compare and switch yur energy supplier. Use Mirror Money’s energy price comparison service. Switching is free and impartial and could save you hundreds off your annual gas and electricity bill.
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