a good post about inflation and rememberance sunday.
It’s Remembrance Day; a time to reflect on the incredible sacrifices made by all those who made the ultimate sacrifice for the liberty we enjoy today.
I have a personal connection to this annual event through my grandfather, who served on HMS Ulster during World War II, taking part in 3 invasion landings (including D-Day itself), so I wanted to use this platform to pay homage to all those involved in the small way I can.
So let’s take a look at how inflation has affected our spending since the Armistice in 1918…
Average price in 1918 (£)
What is that worth in 2019 (£)
|Fuel (per litre)|
|Milk (1 pint)|
Put simply, inflation effectively shrinks the buying power of our money over time.
In order to…
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