Top-ups affect inflation

August 18, 2006

The Bank of England stated last week that the introduction of top-up fees in England was partly to blame for rising inflation.

Mervyn King, the bank's governor, said there was a "50:50"

chance of inflation rising above 3 per cent during the next six months.

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