What does low inflation mean for you? As inflation falls to two-year low of 1.8%

  The Sun 

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INFLATION has fallen to a two-year low, giving relief to cash-strapped consumers. The drop to 1.8 per cent in January came thanks to a fall in prices of electricity, gas and other fuels, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said. This compares to an inflation rate of two per cent in December, meaning that rises […]
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