Tuesday, July 11, 2017

How have the prices of everyday items changed since 2005? Test your knowledge with our interactive quiz

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How have the prices of everyday items changed since 2005?

The price of our everyday goods and services has been in the headlines, with inflation rising to 2.7% in May, its highest point since April 2012. ONS inflation experts looked at the change in prices of consumer goods and services dating back to 2005. They found a number of notable changes in prices between 2005 and 2016.

What do you think has changed? 

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Test your knowledge with our interactive quiz


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