Judge blasts gas meter rebel: ‘You are just being awkward’



A British Gas rebel who has racked up bills of £10,000 was described by a judge as “just being awkward” after he lost a 10-year meter row battle.
Former Royal Artillery gunner David Hughes, 58, has been locked in a war of letters, e mails and court hearings over access to his property.
The gas company wants to install a pre payment meter at his home on Annesley Avenue, Layton but Mr Hughes told District Judge Gary Garland sitting at Blackpool Magistrates Court: ”Forget that sort of meter, it does not suit the needs of a disabled person.
“I am registered blind and have hearing problems.... read more

 
17 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 34
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