PRICE INCREASES IN THE LAST YEAR

Figures are based on the CPI measure of inflation as published by the UK Government Office for National Statistics (ONS).


Food


Low-fat milk 40.4%

Butter 29.5%

Jams, marmalades, and honey 29.1%

Olive oil 26.6%

Margarine and other veg fats 25.6%

Sauces, condiments, salt, spices and culinary herbs 22.6%

Cheese and curd 21.0%

Pizza and Quiché 18.6%

Eggs 18.5%

Ready-made meals 18.2%

Pasta and couscous 16.3%

Potatoes 16.1%

Fish 14.1%

Crisps 13.1%

Bread 12.9%

Fresh or chilled fruit 9.4%

Rice 9.1%

Sugar 5.8%

Drinks


Mineral or spring waters 20.9%

Fruit and vegetable juices 11.4%

Tea 10.5%

Coffee 8.6%

Soft drinks 7.6%

Beer 4.1%

Spirits 3.7%

Wine 1.8%

Clothing and shoes


Garments for men 9.2%

Clothing accessories 8.2%

Footwear for infants and children 7.9%

Garments for women 7.6%

Footwear for women 7.3%

Garments for infants and children 6.6%

Footwear for men 3.8%

Electricity, gas, and other fuels


Gas 95.7%

Liquid fuels 86.2%

Electricity 54.0%

Solid fuels 29.8%



Household items and furniture


Garden furniture 16.3%

Irons 12.7%

Cookers 12.2%

Glassware and chinaware 11.6%

Refrigerators, freezers and fridge-freezers 11.3%

Lighting equipment 8.5%

Bed linen 7.0%

Carpets and rugs 7.0%

Passenger transport


By air 40.3%

By train 9.2%

By bus and coach 8.8%

By underground and tram 5.1%

Hospitality and recreation


Holiday centres, camping sites and youth hostels 15.5%

Fast-food & takeaway food 11.1%

Restaurants and cafés 8.3%

Canteens 6.4%

Cinemas, theatres, and concerts 5.9%

Museums, libraries and zoological gardens 5.0%

Other recreational items


Products for pets 15.0%

Garden products 14.9%

Equipment for sport 13.2%

Vets & other services for pets 9.4%

Plants & flowers 7.2%

The road to net-zero anything is well on its way.


Total intended destruction of people and their modest family wealth, for the benefit of the elite cartel.

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