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British Buying Power

British Buying Power How British Households Are Spending Their Money The latest household spending report by the ONS, released in November 2010, shows exactly how British households are spending their money each week, and in what regions of the UK families are spending the most and the least. FOOD & NONALCOHOLIC DRINKS 11.47% RESTAURANTS & HOTELS MISCELLANEOUS GOODS & SERVICES 8.44% £38.40 £52.20 7.69% $35.00 O £683 O $455 6.13% £27.90 12.59% Total Weekly Average Weekly £57.30 Spending Household Income 2.3 people 4.59% £20.90 Average Household Size in 2009 COMMUNICATION ALCOHOLIC DRINKS, TOBACCO & NARCOTICS EDUCATION HEALTH 12.73% £57.90 15.78% 2.57%- 12.84% $58.40 £11.70 £71.80 2.46% S11.20 Y TRANSPORTATION OTHER ITEMS* 1.54%- British Spending by Region £7.00 -1.16% * *Other" includes mortgage interest payments, mortgage protection premiums, council tax, and £5.30 Northeast 387.20 domestic rates. Chart may not equal 100% due lo rounding. Household expenditure by region (2007-2009 average). Scotland £438.70 pYorkshire & The Humbler £400.70 Northern Ireland £485.80 West Midlands £423.00 North West £430.20 East Midlands £445.80 Wales East £487.40 £396.10 London £552.30 Man South West £474.10 South East £523.90 ШПШ Confused.com SOURCES: http://www.statistics.gov.uk'i http://unstats.un.org/ HOUSEHOLD GOODS & SERVICES CLOTHING FOOTWEAR FUEL & POWER RECREATION & CULTURE £1,000 %3D

British Buying Power

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We take a look at exactly how British households are spending their money each week, and in what regions of the Uk families are spending the most and the best.

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