Lorna Gordon reports
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Fruit and food hit hard by inflation

Latest figures show that the Consumer Prices Index measure of inflation remained unchanged in May at 4.5%.

It is the 18th month in a row that inflation has been above the Bank of England's target of 2%.

Inflation seems to be hitting lower earners hardest.

Lorna Gordon reports from a market in Leeds where fruit sellers have been squeezed by rising prices.

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