Inflation is on the rise again, the "reliable" and "up to date" Office for National Statistics (ONS) reports that the Consumer Price Index (CPI) has risen to 1.5% in October.
Analysts expect that it may rise to 3% in the coming months.
The Retail Price Index (RPI), which includes housing costs, rose to -0.8% in October, from -1.4% the previous month.
Whatever rate of inflation is followed, the modest rise should be seen as no threat to the economy. A good dose of inflation (not at the levels seen in Zimbabwe) is what the economy needs to inject some life back into it.