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1970s: In 1971 the median disposable income per household is £171 per week. Those households in the 90th percentile have £300 pounds to spend per week, while those m the bottom 10th percentile only have £94

1990s: In 1997 the median disposable income per household is £262 per week. Those households in the 90th percentile have £531 pounds to spend per week, while those in the bottom 10th percentile only have £132.

1970s: In 1971, the rate of inflation in Great Britain is 9.46.

1990s: In 1998, the rate of inflation m Great Britain is 3.44

1970s: In 1970, British household expenditures equal close to £238 billion (in 1995 prices).

1990s: In 1998, British household expenditures equal close to £489 billion (in 1995 prices).

1970s: Changing immigration laws lead to decreasing immigration from Commonwealth nations.

1990s: Immigrants from Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and South African some 253,000 people come to reside in Britain

1970s: Since the 1950s' high...

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