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Bystanders not actors

19 May 2015 By Edward Hadas

Blame the first annual decline in the British price index since 1960 on cheaper oil, a stronger pound, a lingering financial hangover or a changing labour market. Like global peers, the Bank of England has had little influence. It will also stand and watch if inflation rises. 

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