almost one in four Britons plan to leave the heating off in winter due to high energy prices

In a survey of 2,000 British adults, 69% of respondents said they would turn on the heating less.

11% of those surveyed said that they plan to take out a loan to settle their skyrocketing energy bills.

Among those raising children under the age of 18, this proportion is also higher, at 17 percent.

The British Office for National Statistics recently announced that the price of natural gas in the country is almost 96 percent higher rose in the one-year period up to July, while the price of electricity rose by 54 percent.
According to an analysis by Deutsche Bank, annual average consumer price inflation for gas and electricity in the United Kingdom is forecast to be 80 percent this year, while the same rate in the Eurozone countries is an average of 40 percent.

Source: Magyar Nemzet by

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