Lower petrol prices were among the main factors behind the fall in CPI inflation, The Office for National Statistics has said.
The average price of petrol now stands at 116.8p for petrol and 122.9p for diesel - 24.8p below the peak prices seen in April 2012.
Fall in CPI inflation to 0.5% was mostly due to no rise in elec/gas bills, fall in petrol and fall in alcohol prices in November says @ons
Amazing petrol stats from @ons: average price now 116.8p petrol, 122.9p diesel. It is 24.8p below peak prices of 141.6p/147.7p in April '12
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