London households are spending the maximum in the UK

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The yearly survey by the Office of National Statistics on household spending in the UK, discovered that in 2009 the standard weekly domestic spending was £455.00, in comparison with £471.00 in 2008. This is the very first decrease in the last decade.

Average costs ranges of the subsequent two leading types were quite related. Entertainment and Culture decreased just a little to £57.90 in 2009 from 60.10 in 2008, regardless of greater paying out on things like as recreational lessons, athletics, theatres, movies and musical events. Spending on property, petrol and energy elevated to £57.30 in 2009 from £53.00 in 2008.

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London households are spending the maximum in the UK

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  1. john October 18, 2011 at 12:46 am - Reply

    howdy owner discovered your blog via yahoo. Now I know where all of my monthly spending are going too! Take care. John

  2. Paul October 25, 2011 at 9:24 pm - Reply

    Yeh London is always leading the way to the spending index, in fact this is the capital!

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