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PPI charges: People in fuel poverty 'should ask for assistance'

Brits who are worried about how they will pay their bank charges and utility bills could benefit from free assistance.

National Energy Action is urging people to see whether they could receive improvements to their insulation and central heating.

Around 3.5 million English households are currently in a state of fuel poverty, with many members of the public rationing their power consumption in order to deal with rising prices and the squeeze on incomes.

However, this could lead to health problems including bronchitis, heart attack and stroke.

As a result, people ought to see whether they can receive any help before the Warm Front initiative or one of the other energy-efficiency initiatives come to an end.

"Our Warm Front scheme offers cash to help the most vulnerable households with heating and insulation so that they can keep warm this winter," energy and climate change minister Greg Barker said, adding: "It's easy to apply."

These comments were made to mark Big Energy Saving Week, which runs from October 22nd to 27th.

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