I have written on many occasions about the persistent understatement of growth in the UK economy by the Office for National Statistics when it publishes its initial estimates for any particular quarter or year.
It is not absolutely the case that GDP growth is always under-recorded, but is normally the case. And it normally takes two to four years before the truth emerges. The most dramatic misreading of growth...
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