Tuesday, January 14, 2014

What no letter?

UK inflation falls to 2% target rate in December

The UK's inflation rate, as measured by the Consumer Prices Index, fell to 2% in December, down from 2.1% the month before. It is the first time inflation has been at or below the government-set target of 2% since November 2009. I'm sure you've all noticed how your weekly shop seems cheap...

Posted by timmy t @ 11:51 AM (3375 views)
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5 thoughts on “What no letter?

  • Stopped clocks n all that…

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  • I’m feeling richer already!

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  • Most of the shadow indices put CPI and RPI at between 5.5% and 8%. Ongoing government fraud as discussed for the last X months..

    Reports of government infiltration by crims hasn’t included the ONS so far…

    ……Just the judges, coppers, prison guards, HMRC and bits of the NHS. Phew!

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  • The Cadbury’s chocolate bar is reduced by a couple of chunks. It’s still a chocolate bar and it’s still the same price

    It’s called Shrinkflation.

    Go see the Keiser Report

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  • Just before Christmas I got caught in a 20 mile an hour speed zone without a seat belt. The fine was £100. I wonder how much parking fines, cost of parking in town centres and all those other council costs have gone up in the past few years. £30 million in parking fines are dished out in the UK every month.
    10 years ago you didn’t have to have a mobile phone or the internet to function. Now very few people can work without having them. It snot just that the cost of living has gone up, we now need to purchase more things to live.

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