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The UK’s economic problems are far bigger than a ‘recession’

28 March 2024

10:40 PM

28 March 2024

10:40 PM

It was extremely optimistic to think the UK could revise its way out of recession. After the Office for National Statistics (ONS) reported GDP figures for Q4 last year showing a 0.3 per cent economic contraction between October and December, a recession seemed set in stone. Today the ONS reports no revisions to the figures.

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