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New ONS Statistics fresh evidence of the UK's cost of living crisis
New statistics out this morning from the Office of National Statistics compare average spending by households over the last decade. The findings speak for themselves and the implications are huge: In 2006 the average household had £526 per week to spend, by 2012 this had fallen to £489. There will be no real or sustainable recovery in the UK until this squeeze stops. See the ONS’ infographics page for more...
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