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General updateSafer Gambling WeekCP23/21 (Product Sales Data) – submission on 15/11Ofgem rules from 14/12/2023Personal insolvency statistics and breathing space – October 2023Private Parking Charges and Debt Recovery FeesCollaborationsEventsTraining
Shoppers bought less fuel and food in October as they were hit by rising living costs and poor weather, according to official figures. Gross domestic product - the amount of the goods and services produced by the UK - flatlined between July and September and the Bank of England expects only subdued growth until 2025. ONS said petrol and diesel sales may have been "affected by increasing fuel prices". Chancellor Jeremy Hunt will make his Autumn Statement next week when he will set out the government's tax and spending plans and his strategy to grow the economy.
UK inflation fell sharply in October 2023 to its lowest rate in 2 years, largely due to lower energy prices. Inflation dr...
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