United Kingdom: UK power firm boosts compensation for Christmas blackouts

Reuters: One of Britain's biggest power distributors pledged on Saturday to almost triple compensation to households left without power over Christmas after the first of two fierce winter storms battered the country. UK Power Networks, a distribution network owned by Hong Kong's Cheung Kong Group that covers London, the southeast and east of England, said it would almost triple its compensation to those affected by long-term power cuts. About 4,000 households across Britain remained without power on......

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