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In the article above they state "In Scotland the inflation rate fell from 10.2% to 9.1%, in Northern Ireland it fell from 16.7% to 11.1%, while in Wales it rose from 7.3% to 9.8%. "

They go on to say"The Government figures based on completed mortgage levels showed the inflation rate for average prices in England fell from 2.5% in September to 1.3% in October. "

They also explain that the overall UK average is 2.2% . This is probably a very stupid question but if Scotland, Wales and N.I are averaging approx 10% (ish) how can it be that England is as high as 1.3%. I obviously realise that there are a lot more houses in England and that distorts the figure but surely to get to an average Uk of 2.2 - England would have to be minus %??

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