Don’t Pay UK

Don’t Pay UK was a grassroots direct action campaign in the United Kingdom that urge collective non-payment of energy bills. They planned to begin non-payment on 1 October 2022, when regulator Ofgem’s price cap was set to rise, if one million individuals had signed up. On this date, 200,000 individuals had pledged non-payment, and Prime Minister Liz Truss had set a lower price cap than projected, so the strike did not go ahead. On 1 December 2022, the group encouraged non-payment to begin.”