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UK inflation rate stays below 2% target level

The UK's inflation rate has fallen for another consecutive month, from 1.7% down to 1.6% for the month of March.
The rate has now fallen for 6 consecutive months, and its now 1.6% level is a four year low.
Economists feel it may be a while before consumers really see a difference to their living standards, though average earnings could overtake inflation, when wage rises start outstripping price increases is fast approaching.
The ONS will release its latest figures for average total earnings in the three months to February
Figures relating to wage increase level will be released by the ONS today (Wednesday), which will confirm the average total earnings in the three months to February, and are expected to show a slight increase, which will help the government in the 'cost of living crisis' debate, as the gap between average wage growth and the rise in prices continues to get smaller.
Average total earnings, which include bonuses, increased 1.4% in the three months to January compared with a year earlier, excluding bonuses, wages grew by 1.3%.

The new 1.6% level has not been seen since October 2009, and is a welcome sign as the economy rebalances.
16th April 2014 more ....

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New bigger fines and possibility of prison for UK tax evaders - Chancellor George Osborne said new changes the government want to bring in will mean there was no safe-haven for those people evading - 14th April 2014 more ....

Shop prices lowest at lowest ever rate in March - Good news for UK consumers as shop prices fell 1.7% in the month compared to the same month last year. Non-food items - 9th April 2014 more ....

New employment tribunal rules now in force - Rather than going direct to a tribunal, employees or ex-employees who want to bring a case of unfair dismissal or discrimination against - 7th April 2014 more ....

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