The Treasury Select and Economic Affairs Committees are looking for consent from Chancellor Philip Hammond to fix the flawed retail price index (RPI), in a move that could reduce payments to investors by £1bn a year.
The two committees have written to the UK Statistics Authority (UKSA) to urge the Chancellor to allow statistical errors in the RPI calculations to be corrected. The Economic Affairs Committee said...
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