UK inflation refuses to budge from 3%

UK inflation

Inflation in the UK remained at 3% in January, having declined to that level in December, the Office for National Statistics has announced.

The ONS published the latest breakdown of prices today (February 13). It highlights that while fuel prices have declined year-on-year, recreation and culture prices were on the rise – “in  particular, admissions to attractions such as zoos and gardens, for which prices fell by less than they did a year ago,” the ONS said.

The inflation figures have seen

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