There may well be an energy price cap on its way. If that sounds a little cautious, it is intended to be. After all, the ‘price cap’ that has now been announced by the government is a result of some history of wobbles and equivocation about whether there should be a price cap at all.
It was mentioned as a commitment in the Conservative manifesto. Theresa May apparently then went cold on the idea, only to revive it at the Conservative party conference.
Read more from Alan Whitehead for Politics Home here: https://www.politicshome.com/news/uk/energy/house/house-magazine/91165/alan-whitehead-government-bent-overseeing-rudderless