Consumer prices dip in June

Consumer prices dipped in June as increases in food prices were offset by lower costs for gas and electricity.
It was the first decline in prices since January. 
June's inflation outturn was -0.01 per cent.
It brought inflation for the last 12 months to 4.2 per cent.

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