....The Bank of England said in a separate report that higher food prices were leaving people with less money to spend on non-essentials such as furniture and eating out. Households were also starting to feel the pinch from increased clothing prices and utility bill
s, according to the latest snapshot from the Bank’s team of regional agents, based on discussions with businesses across the UK. ...
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