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Latest Inflation Numbers Out - 2.4%

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hmm quite a bearish touch to the Beeb's report still. Wonder how long before that is changed?

I though that also. Probably some junior is holding the fort while the boss is on holiday

I've just submitted a "Have Your Say": 'Do todays CPI Inflation Figures reflect your personal experience of inflation and price rises?' - doubt it slip through under the radar :angry:

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BBC morning news made me laugh this morning

Demot - their 'finance' host announced that inflation figures were going to be released

IIRC his words were 'No, don't fall asleep. If you pay a mortgage this will affect what you pay every month'

FFS if this is the attitude the BBC has towards the public as regards inflation - what on earth do GB/BOE think of us???

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Last month's dip in prices was due to a spate of special offers by furniture and clothing retailers, ONS said.

Then why doesn't the ONS get rid of such silly data and focus on thinmgs that matter to everyone: fuel bills, council tax, travel costs.......

Do they take us for fools? Obviously, yes.

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Last month's dip in prices was due to a spate of special offers by furniture and clothing retailers, ONS said.

Then why doesn't the ONS get rid of such silly data and focus on thinmgs that matter to everyone: fuel bills, council tax, travel costs.......

Do they take us for fools? Obviously, yes.

Come on, everyone knows that thong prices and flat packed computer tables are key economic indicators!

Energy, food and other non-essentials can't really be included. ;)

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I have lived on nothing but furniture last month ,well its worth it to live in my £300,000 studio with my lovely caring east european neighbours.

I am a bit unhappy about peaches going up though!!

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I bloody well hope you bought them both in a sale... :rolleyes:

You can qualify for tax relief on these items if it is for use in your employment !!

Well, as a stripper I make extensive use of thongs whilst dancing on furniture...

I hope you did not take the job of one of our poor immigrants !!!

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Guest Alright Jack

Here is are the bank of england inflation numbers.

Enjoy!LENSA.GIF

2.4% ? We'll see. This will all come out in the wash eventually and I think it will be worse than pink socks!

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