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Children's scooters added to inflation basket

Published on Tuesday 14th of March 2017 10:38:14 AM in BBC

The obsession of many young children to scoot is affecting the way the cost of living is calculated in the UK.Children's scooters have been added to the basket of goods used to measure the UK's inflation rate.It has replaced the swing, which was being sold less, ...

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