Why your coffee could cost more
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Why your coffee could cost more

The cost of living rose in September by more than it has in nearly two years.

Compared to a year before it was up by 1%, the highest rate of inflation since November 2014, pushed up by petrol, clothes and hotel prices.

The Office for National Statistics said so far there was "no explicit evidence" the lower pound was the reason for rising prices. But as our economics correspondent Andy Verity reports, weakness in the pound could lead to further inflation down the line - and a higher price for your coffee.

  • 18 Oct 2016
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