Protesters across the UK have urged the Government to pass rising energy prices on to providers instead of low-earning workers.
Around 100 people, among them former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, waved signs reading “tax the rich” and “freeze energy bills, not people” at a Downing Street protest on Saturday.
Similar demonstrations were staged across the nation, including in Belfast where campaigners called for every household in Northern Ireland to receive £1,000 to help mitigate the increasing cost of fuel and food.
At Downing Street in central London, demonstrators made speeches asking for energy bills to be frozen and for benefits to be boosted.
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