Despite doomsday being predicted for 21 December 2012, we're still here and ready for 2013. What does the new year hold and what key data will you need?
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What does 2013 have in store for us? Of course the year ahead will bring unexpected suprises and breaking news but some events are easier to mark in the calender, as we already have done here at the Guardian. Take a look below for just some of the events, announcements and anniversaries to look out for in 2013 and the key data sets you'll need.
January - rail fares rise by an average of 4.3%
Going back to work after the holidays can be tough but with the above inflation rail and tube fare increases which came into effect on the 2 January it just got that little bit worse for tens of thousands of commuters.
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