Major league players in the energy industry have ingratiatingly suggested that families that believe they are getting a rough deal out of the current Government's policies in cuts and subsistence should 'check out' the policies of other parties. "People are too quick to jump on the band wagon and select one of the two main parties", said a spokesman for E.ON. "Have they considered that there might be better deals to be had in some of the lesser known parties that may offer quirky add-ons in order to con over new supporters?"
Recent calls from the energy companies for the Government to make their basic policies more accessible and transparent for humble Joe Public have been disparaged by Energy Secretary, Chris Huhne. "How can we cunningly glean taxes and hidden payments from the public if we don't sneak in some confusing sentences that definitely don't not disuse a plethora of triple anti-negatives and words with no discernible meaning in them, see what I'm plebirating?"
Unfortunately, it has been pointed out that the Government offers only one tariff, the 'you didn't need that, anyway' package, and that the only way to terminate the contract is through death, or the rarer event, 'a satisfying election result'. Fortunately, the Government definitely cannot extract any further taxes after your death, due to the lack of an extortionate inheritance tariff.