Boss of British Gas owner Centrica in line of fire as shares sink to a 16-year low

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Although the energy giant reported a 12 per cent rise in profits for 2018, it said the energy price cap introduced by regulators will dent its fortunes in 2019, piling pressure on chief exec Iain Conn.
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