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Third Price Rise From Npower

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Pensioners are one of the groups to have been hit the hardest by real inflation

I'm going to dread being a pensioner in the future if this is how they are treated in a market economy now...

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Did you notice the stupid BBC ****** up when they first wrote this article? They said N Power is £961 cheaper than British Gas. Obviously a typo, but shows how crap the BBC are.

Or maybe they got a back hander to make that typo, hence encouraging some muppets to think they will make a great saving... Hmmmmmmmmm...... Nerrrrr, they're just crap.

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Inflation is only 2.4% - nothing to worry about, nothing to see, move on.... ;)

You're right of course because energy is not inflationary according to some! What a fantastic ****ing winter of misexpense to face. Glad I'm rich c**t!!! :lol:

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Just in time for the cold weather kicking in.

I expect more shortage woes and further price increases just after the new year.

It is an absolute scandal that they calculate CPI like they do. It'll soon be cheaper to burn Chinese built DVD players instead of gas.

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Just in time for the cold weather kicking in.

I expect more shortage woes and further price increases just after the new year.

It is an absolute scandal that they calculate CPI like they do. It'll soon be cheaper to burn Chinese built DVD players instead of gas.

There's a stack of wood in the House of Commons. It comes complete with a bunch of *rseholes and burns really well.

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In other news, chocco rations went up to 20g today...

I hear the quota for shoes was exceeded too... and we are winning the war against East Asia.

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  • 302 Brexit, House prices and Summer 2020

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


      • down 5% +
      • down 2.5%
      • Even
      • up 2.5%
      • up 5%



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