Author: By Alan Jones, Press Association
Tony Woodley, joint leader of Unite, will say at the party’s annual conference
in Brighton that at least 2.5 million families were living in fuel poverty,
yet energy companies continued to increase their profits.
He will say: “A time when ordinary people need to see that the Government is
on their side, it’s more important than even a year ago that the greedy
energy companies are forced to stop ripping off every household in this
Mr Woodley said a windfall tax, and higher taxes on those able to afford them,
would help Labour draw “clear red lines” in the run up to the general
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