The Consumer Prices Index (CPI) fell by 0.1% in the year to October 2015, the same fall as in the year to September 2015.
Upward price pressures for clothing and footwear and a range of recreational goods were offset by downward price pressures for university tuition fees, food, alcohol and tobacco, resulting in no change to the overall rate of inflation.
The Consumer Prices Index (CPI) grew by 2.0% in the year to December 2013, down from 2.1% in November.
The largest contributions to the fall in the rate came from prices for food & non-alcoholic beverages and recreational goods & services. These were partially offset by an upward contribution from motor fuels.
The overall price increase for gas and electricity in December 2013 was slightly larger than the rises a year earlier resulting in a small upward contribution to inflation.
CPIH (includes owner occupiers’ housing costs) grew by 1.9% in the year to December 2013, unchanged from November.
RPIJ grew by 2.0%, also unchanged from November. RPIJ is an improved variant of the Retail Prices Index which is calculated using formulae that meet international standards