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  • Coronavirus: UK economy hit worse than first thought
  • UK Economy Suffers Worst Quarterly Slump since 1979
  • UK Economy 'Shrank More Than Estimated' Between January And March, In Biggest Fall In 40 Years Get the latest on coronavirus. Sign up to the Daily Brief for news, explainers, how-tos, opinion and more. The UK economy contracted by more than first thought between January and March, experts have warned. The Office for National Statistics said that the economy actually dropped 2.2% – the biggest fall since 1979. The drop was 0.2% greater than statisticians previously thought. There was a 2.3% drop in output in the service industry, ONS said,... HuffPost UK
  • The shrinking is worse than had been thought
  • Coronavirus: UK economic hit worst than first thought
  • UK economy dropped 2.2% in first three months of 2020 – the largest fall since 1979

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