The idea of targeted financial support for fuel bills – along the lines of the current Warm Homes Discount scheme – is emerging as a frontrunner to tackle a cost of living squeeze, which could see households £1,200 a year worse off as a higher energy cap comes in at whilst taxes rise for workers and employers.

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