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Painfully devalued UK

19 January 2010 By Ian Campbell

British prices were expected to spike and have done. The rise reflects a weak pound, higher taxes and loose global money. Inflation makes Britons poorer and makes the government pay more on its debt. The adjustment is painful, but the UK must live within its means.

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