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'More bad news for renters': Rental crisis continues with steep rent rises despite inflation falling
inflation is falling but rents are still rising at a faster rate than wages
RENTING

'More bad news for renters': Rental crisis continues with steep rent rises despite inflation falling

While the Bank of England announced inflation is at 2.3%, the Office for National Statistics revealed that rents rose by 8.9% in the year up to April. One in two renters are behind on bills, experts warn
Yes, inflation is falling – but nearly 90% of Brits say cost of living crisis is far from over
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Inflation

Yes, inflation is falling – but nearly 90% of Brits say cost of living crisis is far from over

Is the cost of living crisis over and will prices in the UK ever come down?
Cost of living crisis

Is the cost of living crisis over and will prices in the UK ever come down?

Rishi Sunak is celebrating UK's inflation fall – there's just several problems
Inflation

Rishi Sunak is celebrating UK's inflation fall – there's just several problems

The graph Rishi Sunak doesn't want you to see
Inflation

The graph Rishi Sunak doesn't want you to see

UK inflation falls to lowest level in more than two years. But what does it mean for your wallet?
Chancellor Jeremy Hunt will be tasked with stopping the UK economy slipping into a technical recession
Inflation

UK inflation falls to lowest level in more than two years. But what does it mean for your wallet?

UK inflation unexpectedly rising to 4% in December spells 'bad news for families'
Chancellor Jeremy Hunt on inflation
Cost of living crisis

UK inflation unexpectedly rising to 4% in December spells 'bad news for families'

UK at risk of 'technical recession' despite GDP growth in November: 'This isn't a thriving economy'
Chancellor Jeremy Hunt will be tasked with stopping the UK economy slipping into a technical recession
Economy

UK at risk of 'technical recession' despite GDP growth in November: 'This isn't a thriving economy'

Real Living Wage rises to £12 an hour amid crippling cost of living crisis
Living wage

Real Living Wage rises to £12 an hour amid crippling cost of living crisis

National living wage to rise to £11 an hour – but experts say it's not enough
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National living wage

National living wage to rise to £11 an hour – but experts say it's not enough

Rishi Sunak is overseeing biggest tax rises since Second World War, IFS think tank finds
Tax rises

Rishi Sunak is overseeing biggest tax rises since Second World War, IFS think tank finds

University strike disrupts freshers' week as staff slam 'very worst employers'
Strikes

University strike disrupts freshers' week as staff slam 'very worst employers'

Pension triple lock: What is it and how does it affect me?
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Pensions

Pension triple lock: What is it and how does it affect me?

Inflation is slowing, can I still ask for a pay rise?
Work advice

Inflation is slowing, can I still ask for a pay rise?

'Breaking point': Debt charities and ethical lenders fight to save families from loan sharks
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Debt

'Breaking point': Debt charities and ethical lenders fight to save families from loan sharks

Schools, hospitals and trains: Is the end of the strikes in sight?
Strikes

Schools, hospitals and trains: Is the end of the strikes in sight?

Will giving workers a pay rise really make inflation worse? We asked expert economists
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Inflation

Will giving workers a pay rise really make inflation worse? We asked expert economists

Is ‘greedflation’ behind your soaring grocery bills?
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Inflation

Is ‘greedflation’ behind your soaring grocery bills?

Martin Lewis predicted the mortgage timebomb, so why did the government not listen?
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Paul McNamee

Martin Lewis predicted the mortgage timebomb, so why did the government not listen?

Are junior doctors, nurses or train drivers paid when on strike? 
5 doctors stand in Trafalgar square holding placards such as 'we need pay relief'
Strikes

Are junior doctors, nurses or train drivers paid when on strike? 

Readers debate the causes of inflation: is it higher wages or corporate greed?
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Letters

Readers debate the causes of inflation: is it higher wages or corporate greed?

Interest rates rise will 'fuel the fire' of the cost of living crisis
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Cost of living crisis

Interest rates rise will 'fuel the fire' of the cost of living crisis

Drip-feeding support to the poor is not going to solve the crisis we face
Michael Gove
John Bird

Drip-feeding support to the poor is not going to solve the crisis we face

UK workers suffer 2.5 per cent real-term pay cut, while top CEOs get 4 per cent rise
Cost of Living

UK workers suffer 2.5 per cent real-term pay cut, while top CEOs get 4 per cent rise

Is universal credit enough to live on? Here's why experts say the April increase is 'too little, too late'
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Benefits

Is universal credit enough to live on? Here's why experts say the April increase is 'too little, too late'