Rising costs are putting huge pressure on household budgets: Is YOUR inflation rate three times higher than 4.2 ...

Rising costs are putting huge pressure on household budgets: Is YOUR inflation rate three times higher than 4.2 ...

Some households are facing price hikes several times higher than the official inflation figures suggest, experts warn.
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