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I'm going for 2.6% for starters

Just to add , it's 0.4% to drop out this month from last Feb

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Merv said that he expected to be writing a couple of letters this year. Al promised to write to him as well so I think Merv wants to get his done first. 3% plus.

p-o-p

ps - Also eagerly anticipated collapse today didn't happen so this is a diversion until Lehman's are taken over.

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Guest Skint Academic

I voted for less than 2.3, not because I think it is less than 2.3 but because I reckon the government are increasingly and desperately lieing.

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Voted 2.3%, they are all a bunch of legal criminals from the FSA, the Treasury to the BoE. There will be more fiddling this year than in a saturday night ceilidh!

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Guest Bart of Darkness

Why no option to vote for 1.8%??? :unsure:

Surely CPI is on its way down with.... y'know, things.... and erm.... well, sound fundamentals and all that.

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I rekon 2.5%.

Whats the typical delay with the inflation figures?

Theres been lots of power price increases in Q1 2008.

Power and fuel will be out of the index soon. Candles, bicycles and donkeys are dropping faster than inner city executive apartments I hear.

p-o-p

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Why no option to vote for 1.8%??? :unsure:

Surely CPI is on its way down with.... y'know, things.... and erm.... well, sound fundamentals and all that.

I really do hope it drops BOD, because this will be the final nail. 1.5% would be hilarious.

I hear a few people still show some faith in the inflation stats :lol::lol:

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