Some Londoners are so concerned about the rise in living costs that food has been returned to foodbanks as people cannot afford to heat it.
A new report shows how each London borough feels about the rise in cost of living and what they are most concerned about.
In the London Cost of Living survey, 85% of over 2,300 respondents said that they were most worried about the rising price of gas and electricity bills. In the past year, 68% of respondents say that they have cut back on heating in the face of high energy bills.
More than 40% said that they have cut back on lighting, while 41% have cut back on electrical equipment use.
Around 95% of respondents aged 65 and over said that they are concerned with the rising cost of gas and electricity; the highest of all age groups. Alarmingly, 63% of those in this age range said they have cut back on heating in order to pay the bills.
Those concerned about the rising cost of gas and electricity in London
Those cutting back on heating in the face of rising bills
Those cutting back on electrical equipment use in the face of rising energy bills