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Official survey: 23% of British people have difficulty paying their dues

Official survey: 23% of British people have difficulty paying their dues

Rising energy prices have pushed up inflation across the UK economy, while the government is pushing for more support for poorer households.

  • Inflation across the economy is at a 30-year high, with rising energy prices hurting consumers.

One poll shows that 23% of Britons find it difficult to pay their bills, up from 17% last November, while 43% find it difficult to pay their energy bills.

According to his study, Government Statistics Office Its results were released on Monday, and 23% of those surveyed said it was harder or more difficult to pay regular bills than it was a year ago.

The poll indicated that 87% of those surveyed felt a rise in commodity prices, while 43% of people struggled to pay energy bills, emphasizing that saving was now impossible due to rising bill prices.

  • Nine out of 10 British adults said the cost of living had risen in March
    Nine out of 10 British adults said the cost of living had risen in March

The findings reveal how much damage has been done to consumers by rising electricity and natural gas prices due to the Ukraine crisis and Western sanctions on Russia, while the government is pushing for more support. For poor families ..

Of those surveyed among mortgage payers, 30% said it was difficult to build a house and 3% said they had arrears.

The British media reported with great concern amid talk of measures that appeared on the ground and in the markets to avoid the effects of inflation, and that the International Monetary Fund had confirmed the presence of inflation in the United Kingdom. Worst of its peers from a group of seven nations.

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British inflation was 6.2% in February, the highest level in 30 years, and in March 1992 it was 5.5%.

In the wake of the crisis in Ukraine, inflation, which has worsened since last December, has been driven by a series of sharp rises in energy prices of all kinds, which have risen sharply, according to the Government Statistics Office. British banks have been raising interest rates from time to time to keep up with rising prices.