Inflation: Cost of living up in January amid coronavirus curbs

Jonathan Athow, deputy national statistician for economic statistics at the ONS, said household goods prices were higher because there had been less discounting on items such as bedding or sofas, but January discounting had continued in some form: “However, there were widespread January sales, with particular price cuts for clothing and footwear.”


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