‘I see price rises of 25-50%’: how inflation is affecting people with a disability or illness

With the rate at 9.4%, UK households are feeling the pressure of the cost of living crisis

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Inflation is at a fresh 40-year high of 9.4% and the cost of groceries is forecast to rise at the fastest rate in 14 years next month, putting the squeeze on household budgets in the UK. The problem is especially acute for those with a disability or chronic illness, who are reliant on benefits that are not keeping pace with the rising cost of living and a welfare system struggling to meet demand. Three readers share their tales of the pressures they now face.

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