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May 26, 2023

Watches, jewellery and department store spending boost retail sales in April

May 16, 2023

Rise in unemployment as real-term wage growth continues to fall

May 12, 2023

UK economy shrank 0.3% in March but dodges ‘technical recession’

May 09, 2023

Sainsbury’s slices the price of own-brand bread and butter

Apr 18, 2023

Real terms pay in biggest drop since 2009

Apr 14, 2023

Easter break brings a surge in dining out

Mar 24, 2023

Surprise rise in retail sales and consumer confidence in February despite soaring inflation

Mar 21, 2023

Stalling wage growth costing workers £11k a year

Mar 14, 2023

Real-term wages take a historic hit as job vacancies fall again

Feb 17, 2023

Boost for UK shops as sales rise 0.5% in January

Jan 30, 2023

More over 50s not working due to sickness or disability

Jan 25, 2023

Inflation widens the gap between rich and poor

Jan 13, 2023

Cost of living crisis: Brits borrow more and miss bill payments

Jan 09, 2023

1.4 million households face £250/month mortgage hike when deals expire in 2023

Dec 22, 2022

Low income households hit hardest by rising food prices

Dec 20, 2022

Iceland launches 1p veg sale but watch out for delivery dates

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