Storm power cuts: Bosses accused of 'complacency'
Power companies have been accused of complacency by MPs over the way they handled power cuts during the Christmas period.
Around 750,000 homes and businesses were affected by strong winds and heavy rain as storms battered the UK.
The bosses of the UK's energy distribution companies were questioned by MPs over why it took so long to get properties reconnected.
John Moylan reports.
21 Jan 2014
- From the section UK