Fury as fuel poverty soars close to a 10-year record

by Julie Walsh on January 22, 2008

One in six British households is living in fuel poverty, the highest for almost a decade, according to new figures that threaten the government's target to eradicate the problem in England by the end of the decade.

 Fuel poverty is defined as when a household spends more than a tenth of its income on utility bills.

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