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Earnings rise slower than inflation

Earnings rise slower than inflation | Inflation for Econ2 | Scoop.it
Average earnings in the UK have risen by less than the rate of inflation for the fifth year running, according to the Office for National Statistics.
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How prices changed over 30 years

How prices changed over 30 years | Inflation for Econ2 | Scoop.it
The price of a pint has jumped from 73p to £3.18 in a survey that highlights the falling value of money.

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UK inflation basket: ebooks in, champagne out

UK inflation basket: ebooks in, champagne out | Inflation for Econ2 | Scoop.it
Office for National Statistics notes recent increases in the number of people reading books digitally as it adds ebooks to the new basket of goods
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Inflation: Poor spend £1 in every £4 on housing and energy - Telegraph

Inflation: Poor spend £1 in every £4 on housing and energy  - Telegraph | Inflation for Econ2 | Scoop.it
Almost a quarter of low income families' regular spending was swallowed up by housing-related costs last year, official figures showed today.

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What is the definition of fuel poverty? How much does the WInter Fuel allowance cost the government?

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How inflation can affect us all, particularly in times of Economic hardship all around the country.

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Bank of England economist sounds inflation warning on quantitative easing

Bank of England economist sounds inflation warning on quantitative easing | Inflation for Econ2 | Scoop.it
Monetary policymakers must not assume firms would boost production to meet extra demand, says Spencer Dale
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