Clwyd South MP Susan Elan Jones has criticised David Cameron's Government for failing to regulate energy prices for oil.
Speaking today (Wednesday) in a debate on energy prices in the House of Commons, she said: "The Government has totally betrayed people living in rural communities on this issue.
"It hasn't even brought oil prices under the scope of the regulator Ofgem.
"It just shows how out of touch the Government is when they think what matters to people living in rural areas is bringing back fox hunting, not everyday issues like the cost of oil."
Today's debate was tabled by the Labour Party who called on the Government to bring forward new laws to ensure energy suppliers pass on price cuts to consumers.