Berkshire

Protest at Centrica Windsor HQ over 'rip-off' energy bills

A protestor at Centrica's head office
Image caption Campaigners say Centrica uses too much expensive, imported gas

Dozens of campaigners have staged a protest outside Centrica's Windsor head offices over what they describe as "rip-off" energy bills.

Thames Valley Police confirmed they were attending a protest staged by about 65 people in the Berkshire town.

Greenpeace campaigner Lawrence Carter said Centrica was using imported gas which was "too expensive".

Centrica said British Gas, which it owns, had spent more than £500m helping vulnerable customers over three years.

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