The UK economy grew by 0.3% in May, returning to positive territory after a slump of 0.4% in April, but concerns over the longer-term picture linger.
Growth for the three months to May was also 0.3%, with all sectors in the black, but economists warn this may not be enough to avoid recession in Q2. Over three months to May, services and production...
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