Pressure is mounting on UK Chancellor Jeremy Hunt over the upcoming cut in support for energy bills.
It comes as energy firms are due to write to customers to warn them of bill increases from the start of April within days.
While inflation may have peaked, the rate of food price rises is still running at nearly 17%, and typical household energy bills are set to rise to £3,000 per year next month.
Since December, Newsnight has been following people who are struggling to get by in Knowsley, the second most deprived borough in England.
The programme returned again last week to see how people there are coping amidst the big squeeze. Victoria Derbyshire reports.
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