Everyone is suffering as the cost of living soars.
We are feeling the full effects of this through rising fuel and food prices, combined with rising national insurance contributions and the highest inflation in 40 years.
Consumer price index inflation rose to 9% in April from an already high 7% in March, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said. It was the fastest measured rate since records began in 1989, and the ONS estimates it was the highest since 1982.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak said inflation was hitting countries around the world and singled out energy prices as the main culprit.
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But who do you blame for the cost of living crisis? Is it the energy companies, or the government, or is someone else responsible in your opinion?
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