Brits are "still feeling the squeeze" despite inflation falling to a four-and-a-half-year low, Labour claim.
Wages after inflation have now fallen by over £1,600 a year under David Cameron and the link between the wealth of the nation and family finances is broken.
A huge turnaround would be needed to ensure working people aren’t worse off than when this Tory-led government came to office.
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