The Financial Times reports on Politicians, including John Penrose, who across the party divide have voiced their dismay over the Co-operative Group’s decision to walk away from the Lloyds branch sale plan on Wednesday, describing the deal’s collapse as a blow to consumers as well as the coalition government.
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In an article for The Western Daily Press, John asks why we’re generally satisfied with the people who sell us everyday items like food or clothes but not those who sell us utilities like energy, banks, trains or water.
In this week's article for The Evening Post, John asks if you've looked at your gas or electricity bill recently and, if so, whether you're one of the many who feel ripped off by their energy suppliers.
Utility Week reports on John Penrose's proposals to radically liberalise regulation of energy and water companies and the fact that it is winning cautious approval from industry experts.
The Daily Mail reports on MP John Penrose's proposals to help customers compare tariffs for energy, water and credit cards as well as the other proposals within his new Policy Document, We Deserve Better, designed to protect consumers and drive down prices of utilities.
This Is Somerset reports on Weston-super-Mare MP John Penrose's proposed radical changes to gas and electricity providers that calls for the industry "puts customers first".
Former Minister John Penrose's complete 'We Deserve Better' Policy Document, which outlines a means to replace failed economic regulators with consumer reforms, so we all get a better deal on our utilities.
Former Minister John Penrose has published his first major policy intervention since last autumn’s reshuffle. His document ‘We Deserve Better’ asks why Britain’s utilities (gas, electricity, water, high street banking etc) are so unpopular and suggests a means to drive down prices, improve service and increase efficiency.
The Financial Times reports on MP John Penrose's Policy Document 'We Deserve Better', which shows how distrusted UK utility companies can drive down prices, improve service and increase efficiency.
During a phone in with BBC Radio Bristol, John talks to Elsie from Worle about the Winter Fuel allowance, and paying for nursing home care.
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