The UK's big energy distribution bosses faced a storm of criticism from MPs today over their response to the Christmas power cuts.
At an energy committee hearing they were accused of complacency and of neglecting customers - thousands of whom were left without electricity for days.
Consumer Editor Chris Choi reports:
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