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How much has the UK's cost of living risen this year? This chart shows you all you need to know

A single working adult in the UK needs to earn at least £293.28 each week to reach the minimum standard of living. Image: Unsplash/ Christopher Bill

Anna Fleck

Data Journalist, Statista

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A single working adult living in the UK needs to earn at least £293.28 each week in order to reach the minimum standard of living. Image: Statista.
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