posted on Oct, 25 2013 @ 11:57 AM
reply to post by scotsdavy1
I've just received a letter too briefly mentioning tariff increase but not going into details there. Shh... What they were kind enough to point out
though is that because of my payment method there will now be a standing charge which amounts to £94:90 per year for the privilege of keeping close
tabs on what they are charging me because, for some reason, I don't have much faith in them (am probably a commie).
Just to clarify that is a new standing charge of £94.90 per year.
It's worth pointing out too that charge is per fuel.
I can thank my stars that it's not a £189.80 increase per year before any tariff increase then.
There was a breakdown somewhere, think it was on the BBC, of one company's increase and 10% was profit increase.
Of course with a Prime Minister who
doesn't know the price of bread and a Mayor of London who doesn't know the price of milk,
getting it in the neck
because he's worried how the oiks will
react to the
MP salary increase from £66,396 a year to £74,000
for the general public, food banks seem to be doing a booming business
gaining popularity despite the average wage sitting at just under £30k per year
- I'm sure
everything's gonna be jus' fine.
'course that's unless you catch pneumonia or something and become so ill that you cannot work.
Shuddap, soup is good food.
tl;dr - Fair rant scotsdavy1.
edit on 25/10/13 by JAK because: (no reason given)