A desperate plea by money saving expert Martin Lewis for government to step up and start representing the people they are supposed to.

“As the ‘Money-Saving Expert’ I am virtually out of tools to help people now. It’s not something money management can fix. We need political intervention.”

Martin Lewis appeals to the chancellor to intervene and help the British public. He says ten million people are in fuel poverty, food banks are over subscribed. Everything has come to a head and he calls on the government to intervene and start actually helping the people they are supposed to represent.

The 50 year old money expert says the UK is facing the worst cost of living crisis he has ever seen in is life.

The state of play in Dorset:

Given that this is a government estimation we can expect it to be higher, maybe a lot higher.

Jason Cridland

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