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This mini-inflation scare pales in comparison to the Brexit shambles

The worst of the rise in inflation is likely over. But as the economy stutters, and with Brexit chaos looming, wage earners will be waiting a long time for any real relief

By George Magnus  

Bank of England Governor Mark Carney. Photo: Adrian Dennis/PA Wire/PA Images

The recent election, the Grenfell Tower tragedy and Brexit negotiations, which start this week, continue to dominate our news and send shockwaves through the land. The economy continues to rumble on, regardless, but all is not well. Last week, the inflation report for May revealed that the annual rise in…

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