The pressure of spiralling living costs is a major concern among many UK households. The vast majority are looking to make significant lifestyle changes in response to price rises.

According to new research, 95% of adults in the UK say they are worried about the anticipated rise in the cost of living in 2022. Women are the most worried, with a third (33%) extremely worried compared to a fifth (22%) of men.

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