Martin Lewis explodes 'what a load of bull' in rant at Tories over energy bills

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Furious Martin Lewis didn’t hold back this morning as he slammed ‘zombie’ Tories for sleepwalking on the energy bill crisis –  warning a ‘national crisis on the scale of the pandemic’ could be coming.

The top money expert fumed ‘what a load of bull’ in response to the idea that leaders can’t specify how they will help struggling Brits until a new prime minister is in place.

Once again, he cautioned civil unrest could be looming if something if not immediately done.

It follows a dire prediction that an annual energy bill is likely to hit £4,266 for the average household in the UK.

In an interview on GMB this morning, Mr Lewis likened the situation to a natural disaster.

‘Thankfully we don’t have volcanos in this country, but if we did and it erupted, I would be surprised if the government said they couldn’t call a Cobra meeting.

‘A volcano erupting is an emergency that risks lives, this is a financial emergency that risks lives’.

He went onto say that ‘people raised eyebrows’ when he first said civil unrest could be coming – but it was looking more and more likely with the ‘cataclysmic rise’ in bills.

Responding to the news today, Mr Sunak tweeted: ‘There is no doubt in my mind that more support will be needed. As soon as we know how much bills will go up by, I will act.’

Meanwhile, Ms Truss suggested at the weekend there would be no more ‘handouts’ if she became Britain’s new leader.

In a sideswipe at her rival’s decision to put up taxes while he was in the Treasury – she said the priority would be reducing the tax burden in order to stimulate growth.

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