They spend £37,955 to keep the household going from a disposable income of £46,436.
Rent, mortgage and council tax are their biggest outlay at £6,624.
A further £1,424 is spent on power with £484 for water and £588 on repairs.
The family spends £4,222 on food, with milk (£166), meat (£837), fruit (£276), fresh vegetables (£291), potatoes (£52) and fish (£166).
Supermarket trolleys are loaded with sweet products such as ice cream (£47), chocolate (£151) and buns, cakes and biscuits (£270).
We splash out £343 on nonalcoholic drinks including soft drinks such as fizzy and fruit drinks (£146) and fruit squash (£94).
The parents spend £473 on alcohol they bring home to drink, with wine (£249), beer and cider (£146) and spirits (£78).
Another £161 is spent on tobacco products.
The family also spends £1,841 on clothing and footwear.
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