UK Faces Killer Winter 4,950 Deaths Govt Fails to Serve Taxpayers—Princess of Wales Recovers After Surgery

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The UK has recorded 4,950 excess winter deaths this winter according to new official data. This is a significant increase from the previous year, when 3,186 excess winter deaths were reported. The main cause of these deaths is believed to be the impact of cold homes on vulnerable people, especially the elderly and those with pre-existing health conditions.

While the British royal family it has been reported that Princess Kate, also known as the Princess of Wales, is “doing well” following abdominal surgery earlier this week.

The End Fuel Poverty Coalition, a group of charities and campaigners, has blamed the government for failing to take action to prevent these deaths. They have called for more support for households struggling to pay their energy bills, which have soared due to the global gas crisis and inflation. They have also urged the government to invest in improving the energy efficiency of homes, which are among the worst in Europe.

The coalition has warned that the situation could worsen as the UK faces another cold spell, with temperatures dropping below zero in some parts of the country. The Met Office has predicted that El Niño winters, which are more likely to be colder in the UK, could become more common because of climate change.

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