10 years have passed since the financial crisis. During this time, UK interest rates have been squeezed ever lower by the Bank of England, until they now sit at just 0.25%. In fact, they have never risen since July 2007. This caused a waterfall of effects, with the average Brit feeling it perhaps more than many, with savings hit hard by inflation and poor rates.
With the clamor to increase the base rate ever louder, this infographic produced by a comparison site shows just some areas how savers are out of pocket.