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MPs back The Big Deal | The Big Deal

MPs from up and down the country have lined up to back The Big Deal, and to deliver cheaper bills for their constituents through people power.

When The Big Deal launched, we secured the backing of senior figures from each of the three major parties. The Liberal Democrats' Ed Davey, the Conservatives' Michael Fallon and Labour's Chuka Umunna all voiced their enthusiasm for, with Fallon saying that "collective switching is a great way for more people to get cheaper energy".

Over the course of our campaign, we continued to receive support from MPs across the political spectrum. Many of them told us that rising energy prices were one of the biggest worries for their constituents, and that after years of price rises they often feel powerless to do anything about it.
As the campaign draws to a close, we are pleased to acknowledge the following MPs who offered their support and will have helped their constituents to save hundreds of pounds on their energy bills:

Philip Davies (Conservative)
Danny Alexander (Liberal Democrat)
John Healey (Labour)
Teresa Pearce (Labour)
Matthew Offord (Conservative)
Tim Farron (Liberal Democrat)
David Ward (Liberal Democrat)
Dan Byles (Conservative)
Tessa Munt (Liberal Democrat)
Liam Fox (Conservative)
Rebecca Harris (Conservative)
Nick Herbert (Conservative)
Gregory Barker (Conservative)
Ed Davey (Liberal Democrat)
John Robertson (Labour)
Dominic Raab (Conservative)
Alok Sharma (Conservative)
Fiona O'Donnell (Labour)
Yasmin Qureshi (Labour)
Rob Flello (Labour)
Mark Hendrick (Labour)
Jo Swinson (Liberal Democrat)
Tom Brake (Liberal Democrat)
Caroline Dinenage (Conservative)
Edward Timpson (Conservative)
Douglas Carswell (Conservative)
Oliver Heald (Conservative)

Ian Austin (Labour)

Michael Fallon (Conservative)
Chuka Umunna (Labour)
Robert Halfon (Conservative)

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