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Heading back down

21 June 2010 By Ian Campbell

The Bank of England could appease critics of its inflation record by jacking up rates and plunging the UK into recession. Sterling, oil prices and VAT have pushed inflation up. But as fiscal policy tightens, the chief risk remains economic weakness and deflation.

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