— City A.M. (@CityAM) April 16, 2014
@AllisterHeath IS TELLING PORKIES. OF COURSE INFLATION IS NOT ‘DEFEATED’ IT’S RUNNING RAMPANT. THE REASON FOR THE LIE IS TO JUSTIFY ARTIFICIALLY LOW INTEREST RATES THAT WORK TO TRANSFER WEALTH, ASSETS AND POWER FROM THE MANY TO THE FEW.
Inflation 1.6% @ONS Energy Bills 34% Childcare 30% Rail Fares 27% Buses 22% Water 20% Rent 15% Food 19% Borrow £10 Wonga.. 1700%
— ARTIST TAXI DRIVER (@chunkymark) April 16, 2014
Beef, Pork, Shrimp, and now the price of eggs hits a 6 year high
— zerohedge (@zerohedge) April 16, 2014
GOV’T AND MSM INFLATION FIGURES DO NOT INCLUDE HOUSE PRICES
House prices rose at their fastest pace in four years in February, the latest official figures showed today, exacerbating concerns in some quarters that property values are now stretching potential homeowners to breaking point.
The Office of National Statistics figures showed property values rose 9.1 per cent in February compared to a year earlier – the highest annual increase in property values since June 2010.
That compared to an annual increase in house prices of 6.8 per cent in January.
The average property is now worth £253,000, after prices jumped 1.9 per cent in one month alone – the biggest monthly increase in house prices since January 2010.