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People in the UK: how is your household affected by rising costs?

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UK inflation has hit the highest figure in nearly a decade, having jumped to 3.2% in August, from 2% in July, the highest rate since March 2012. The Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has predicted that tax rises and inflation will cause “real pain” for low-income households in particular.

We’d like to hear how people in the UK are experiencing rising costs for food and drink, energy bills, transport, restaurants and hotels. Are you struggling to afford some things now that you could previously?

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