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+5% Rise ok'd my the regulator.

"Extra money required to spend more money on pipeworks"

:lol:

The inflation figure looks nothing short of an absoloute joke!

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+5% Rise ok'd my the regulator.

"Extra money required to spend more money on pipeworks"

:lol:

The inflation figure looks nothing short of an absoloute joke!

Careful, you might be arrested for being a price stability denier.

We are lucky inflation is still low, otherwise we couldn't afford all these price rises. :unsure:

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Hrm, they agreed up to 9% annual increases on a 5 year basis with the regulator Ofwat last year.

The government knows the ONS juggle the figures, that's why they ignore the CPI when it comes to pay increases or settlements with regulated industries, public bodies like the BBC and almost everyone else apart from a few pensioners (RPI based).

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    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?


      • down 5% +
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      • up 5%



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