Scottish Power: Capping prices 'damage customers'
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Scottish Power: Capping prices 'damages customers'

Keith Anderson, chief corporate officer of Scottish Power, told the Today programme he believes capping energy prices would "damage customers in the long run because the competitive market dies".

A cap on household energy bills is set to be included in the Conservative manifesto. Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon said a cap would "protect consumer".

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