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Q&A: Energy bills – how can I save money?

[ad_1] By Antonia MatthewsBBC News Image source, Richard BakerImage caption, Up to 614,000 people already live in fuel poverty in Wales With energy prices skyrocketing, people in draughty and poorly insulated homes are facing significantly higher heating bills this winter.Private housing in Wales is among the oldest and draughtiest in the UK and western Europe. Up to 45% of households in Wales already live in fuel poverty at today's prices,
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Guide dog goodbye: Sean and Sammy share their last walk

[ad_1] BBC correspondent Sean Dilley's guide dog Sammy is retiring after more than eight years of service.Sean wanted to film their final walk together to show the impact of losing a guide dog. He may now have to wait to two years for a new dog.Since the pandemic, guide dog partnerships in the UK have decreased from around 5,000 to 4,000 because puppy breeding was stopped for volunteer and staff