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Disruption in global food markets is starting to feed through into the numbers ‘and looks set to drive continued inflation’

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Inflation (CPIH) in May rose to 7.9%, up from 7.8% in April, major contributors included household energy bills and transport costs, with prices for food and non-alcoholic accelerating fastest compared…

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