The inflation rate in Britain is at its highest in 30 years, and isn’t expected to peak for several more months. Two-thirds of adults have said their cost of living has increased in the past month, according to the Office for National Statistics. Household budgets are facing a squeeze that is only likely to get worse when energy bills jump and tax increases are introduced in the spring.
The New York Times would like to speak to people in Britain facing tighter financial conditions. Have you noticed price increases already and cut back on spending, in ways big or small? Are you planning to change your spending habits in anticipation of higher energy bills and taxes in the spring?
Please answer the questions below. A Times reporter or editor may contact you to hear more.