We all deserve to be warm in our own home, but right now soaring energy bills mean that many millions of people will struggle to pay their energy bill. It doesn’t have to be this way.
Caroline Lucas MP is hosting a debate on Fossil Fuels and Increases in the Cost of Living in Parliament at Westminster Hall on the 11th of January from 9.30am to 11am. It's a great opportunity for us to show MPs why fixing the cost of living crisis means taking the leap away from fossil fuels - and why it needs to happen now. But first, we need to get MPs in the hall.
The energy crisis has left 7 million UK households in fuel poverty this winter. This comes after oil and gas giants, like Shell and BP, announced record-breaking profits. No more.
This government's failure to fix the UK's broken energy system is impacting millions of people's lives, particularly those who are elderly, disabled or have a medical condition.
It’s wrong that people in this country are forced to ride buses or visit public spaces just to keep warm – while, at the same time, oil and gas companies make vast profits.
We all deserve to be warm in our own home, but right now soaring energy bills mean that many millions of people will be unable to heat their homes. It doesn’t have to be this way.
The UK has the means to solve the energy price crisis – but it will take action from the government. We’re demanding the UK government helps those people who need it now and fixes the UK’s broken energy system for good. Here's what we're demanding: