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Unions warn there is ‘no finish in sight to the cost of living crisis’ despite the descend in inflation

Despite the descend in inflation Brits are being warned that there is “no finish in sight to the cost of living crisis.”

Unite general secretary Sharon Graham has pointed out that RPI inflation is still in double digits even though it fell in April 11.4% from 13.5% in March.

Graham said, “Falling inflation does not mean we’ve reached a turning point where things can only acquire better.

“In the real world there’s no finish in sight to the cost-of-living crisis.

“The cost of food is now reaching record highs – driven of course by rampant profiteering by the supermarkets, in particular.

“Until profiteering is challenged there can be no respite from continuing inflation.”

TUC general secretary Paul Nowak added, “Prices are still rising much faster than wages and families cannot restore their lost living standards without stronger wage growth.

“Rishi Sunak does not maintain a location to acquire wages rising and he wants to sack workers who use their accurate to strike to acquire a unbiased pay deal.

“We all want inflation to descend faster, but working families are also suffering from this Government’s failure to acquire wages growing. This needs to change too.”