Episode 283 - On this week's show we celebrate hitting 1 million downloads by revealing some interesting podcast stats, including some personal highlights such as my favourite episodes. Taking inspiration...
Today the Office of National Statistics (ONS) announced that UK inflation dipped slightly in July compared to the month of June. The consumer prices index (CPI) fell from 2.9% in June to 2.8% in July, largely due to a drop in the cost of air fares and clothing. But while...
The rate of Consumer Prices Index (CPI) inflation in the UK fell to 2.4% in June, down from 2.8% in May according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS). This is the lowest rate since November 2009. This surprised analysts who expected inflation to only marginally fall to around 2.7% The...
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