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UK families 'struggling with living costs'
A report from housing charity Shelter has suggested that high heating bills and other problems are pushing up the cost of living in Britain, with one in six people in housing stress - meaning more than 40 per cent of their income goes on rent or mort...

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Government urged to extend insulation support
An open letter from Which?, WWF and Greenpeace has encouraged the government to place more focus on its insulation scheme if the Green Deal is to be a success.The organisations warned energy and climate change secretary Ed Davey that the current deal...

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Fuel bills 'putting pressure on Bolton residents'
The importance of insulation fixings in cutting down on energy bills has been emphasised by a Bolton MP, who claims one in five people in the city are struggling to keep warm.Bolton North East MP David Crausby received statistics from the government ...

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Project helps Birmingham increase rate of insulation
Community regeneration and construction firm Keepmoat has teamed up with Birmingham City Council to carry out an insulation project across the city, offering green improvements to 267 council homes in the Bartley Green and Quinton area of the city.Th...

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Young people 'also struggling with fuel poverty'
Expensive fuel and inefficient insulation systems are increasingly affecting younger people, not just families and the elderly - an issue often ignored by policymakers, according to an expert.Dr Saska Petrova of the University of Birmingham, introduc...

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Fuel bills make rural living tough in Scotland
The high cost of heating rural Scottish homes is making living in the countryside increasingly difficult for a number of property owners, an expert has claimed.NFU Mutual rural affairs spokesman Tim Price told the Scotsman inflation is making life in...

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Consumers 'must be able to make an informed decision'
Philip Sellwood, chief executive of the Energy Saving Trust, has urged the government to allow home owners to reduce their energy bills by installing insulation products and other devices.Consumers must be enabled to make decisions on energy saving b...

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Scottish government reveals insulation plans
Over £2 billion has been pledged by the Scottish government to improving the energy efficiency of the country's homes through installing insulation fixings in as many of them as possible.With more than 500,000 properties still requiring cav...

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Staffordshire homes helped with insulation
Almost 300 Staffordshire properties are to be helped with insulation fixings worth around £10,000 each as part of an ongoing £2.6 million home improvement programme aimed at increasing energy efficiency.The Bucknall and Chell Heath houses...

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Parenting association praises insulation campaign
UK parenting association Netmums, which has more than 1.2 million members across Britain, has joined the Energy Bill Revolution campaign to end fuel poverty and increase government funding for insulation fixings.Co-founder Sally Russell pointed out t...

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