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  1. British Gas is raising dual fuel bills by 5.5% hitting an estimated 4.1 million customers with a £60 a year hike. The energy giant blamed the move on rising wholesale prices and policy costs. The price of the British Gas standard variable tariff will climb by £60 to £1,161, an average 5.5% rise for a typical dual fuel customer. Mark Hodges, chief executive, Centrica Consumer, said: “We fully understand that any price increase adds extra pressure on customers’ household bills. “This increase we are announcing today is reflective of the costs we are seeing which are beyond our control.” https://uk.yahoo.com/finance/news/british-gas-increases-dual-fuel-bills-5-5-hitting-4-million-customers-085510851.html
  2. My car was hit by another driver today before and they proceeded to drive away, my neighbour heard the collision and luckily got the car registration and make and model. The damage to my car is only probably a few hundred pounds. I have called the police and I have an appointment with them tomorrow. What is the best way to proceed with this? I feel I have two options, go through my insurance and pay my excess (£250) and lose my my ncb. I can't help but feel a little bit hard done to here, I was hit by a possible uninsured driver and may possibly have to pay for the same as well as us all paying extra in our premiums. Any advice? Any chance the askmib site is incorrect? If I do pay for this out if my own pocket I will try and have the police take it as far as possible.
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