Inside the soaring price of bank holidays – 4 key pastimes costing Little Englanders more | UK | News

As one of the nation’s favourite pursuits, bank holidays often see Britons pay a visit to their local boozer to buy a pint.

However, it’s now been reviled that to do so costs a staggering 23 percent more than it did in 2010 alone.

Today, a pint costs £4 each on average nationally, while for Londoners it’s even more expensive, at £6 a pop.

If you were to head back to 1970, a pint down your local would typically cost just 35p, which seems a world away from today’s prices.

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