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Inflation rate for UK’s poorest forecast to hit 14% after price cap rise

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Britain’s poorest households are expected to see their living costs increase by almost twice the rate as the richest in society do when energy bills rise this autumn, leading economists have warned. The Institute for ...

Murder, rape and abuse in Asia’s factories: the true price of fast fashion

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Jeyasre Kathiravel had always dreamed of a life beyond the garment factories of Dindigul, a remote corner of the southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Despite the meagre wages she was earning – about £80 a month – Kath...

Raab turns the tables on BBC presenter with petrol price question

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The deputy prime minister, Dominic Raab, asked a BBC presenter how much a litre of unleaded petrol costs in an awkward exchange on live television, agregando: “I’m just checking how in touch you are.” The testy discussio...

Average price of gas surpasses $6 a gallon for first time in California

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The average price of gas in California has surpassed $6 a gallon for the first time ever as fuel costs across the US reach record highs. Drivers in the Golden state are paying more for a gallon of fuel than anywhere e...

HomeServe’s recent share price drift makes its buyer look opportunistic

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No question about it: Richard Harpin, chief executive of HomeServe, has an uplifting tale to tell about entrepreneurial success in the unfashionable business of fixing pipes and boilers and selling parallel insurance ...

UK pub chains warn of price rises due to increase in food and fuel costs

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Two of Britain’s largest pub groups have warned that punters may have to pay more for a meal and see fewer discounts on the menu as they struggle to absorb rising energy and food costs. The pub and restaurant group Mi...

Fiddling with the energy price cap is the tip of the iceberg. More needs to be done

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Great news, eh? The energy price cap will rise again in October and then there will be only another three months, rather than six, to wait until the next increase in bills. If that does not seem like an unalloyed bene...

Martin Lewis apologises for swearing at Ofgem over energy price cap

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The consumer champion Martin Lewis has apologised for swearing at Great Britain’s energy regulator after it announced changes to its price cap on bills. Ofgem has confirmed it is planning to update the energy price ca...

High-spend politics might make great TV, but democracy pays the price for it

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A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away (pre-Brexit that is), I was vaguely involved in British politics. One thing that always stood out for me was how people from both main parties would often complain that Britis...

The price of free speech: why Elon Musk’s $44bn vision for Twitter could fall apart

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Contained within 95 pages of dense legal jargon, the warning from Twitter to Elon Musk was clear: don’t use your considerable power on the social media platform to attack the company. The world’s richest man and owner...

Nestlé says more price rises are coming after 5.2% incrementar

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Nestlé, the owner of KitKat, Häagen-Dazs and Felix cat food, raised its prices by 5.2% in the first three months of this year and has said rising costs will force another increase soon. Mark Schneider, its chief execu...

Russian artist faces jail over peace protest using supermarket price labels

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A Russian court has ordered an artist to be held behind bars for allegedly replacing supermarket price labels with messages protesting against Moscow’s military campaign in Ukraine. Alexandra Skochilenko faces up to a...

Two Lidl ads banned over ‘misleading’ Tesco price comparison

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Two Lidl adverts claiming shoppers could make big savings compared with Tesco have been banned after a complaint from the rival discounter Aldi. The advertising watchdog said it was banning the ads, one of which claim...

Cost of food in the UK: tell us the price difference compared with last year

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Many are struggling with the cost of food and energy as inflation in the UK hits households across the country. We would like to hear about the items of food and drink you buy and how the price has changed compared wi...

Oil crisis: global forces fuel food price rises amid Ukraine war

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Whether it’s chips, stir-fry or curry on the menu, the financial shock from the war in Ukraine is being felt keenly in the kitchen as cooking oil prices hit record highs. The cost had already rocketed even before Vlad...

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