Food price hikes push inflation up
Inflation rose over the year to August to 3.3% - up from 3.1% in July, the Office of National Statistics says
17 September 2013
Rail commuters face fare hikes – but you can beat the rises
Cash-strapped commuters face regulated rail fares rises of 4.1% on average in England next year
13 August 2013
Petrol prices help push inflation up
Inflation rose last month due to rising prices at the fuel pumps and shallower discounting by fashion retailers
16 July 2013
Rising air fares see inflation take off
A 22% rise in the cost of air travel led to a rise in inflation in May
18 June 2013
Falling petrol prices pushed inflation down in April
RPI fell from 3.3% in March to 2.9% in April, the Office of National Statistics announced today
21 May 2013
Student loan rates may drop after inflation rises
Inflation rose to 3.3% last month but it means a number of students and graduates will be charged less interest on loans
16 April 2013
Falling food costs see inflation rate slip
Inflation fell to 3.2% last month, largely due to falling food prices, the Office of National Statistics says
19 March 2013
Dearer drinks send inflation up
RPI rose to 3.3% last month, largely due to rising alcohol prices, the Office of National Statistics announced today
12 February 2013
Inflation pushed up by rising fuel bills
The Retail Prices Index, which includes housing costs, rose to 3.1% in December, up from 3% in November
15 January 2013
RPI measure of inflation to remain
RPI, which is linked to retirement income and other investments, should remain unchanged says the national statistician
10 January 2013
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