The inflation rate in Britain is being pushed by rising food prices

The inflation rate in Britain reached a value of 2.3%, which is highest since September 2013.

The rise in food prices and fuel prices are recognized as the major contributors to the rise.  The rate is expected to rise and in turn give problems to the living standards.

“If the government doesn’t wake up, we risk sleepwalking into another living standards crisis,” said the TUC general secretary, Frances O’Grady.

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