• The UK economy grew 2.3% in April as pubs and restaurants reopened and the vaccine drive continued at pace

    1 day ago - By Business Insider

    The English government allowed pubs and restaurants to reopen in May.
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    The UK economy grew 2.3% in April as the government eased restrictions on the service sector.
    Britain's economy remained 3.7% below its February 2020 level, before COVID-19 struck.
    Economists think the economy should grow further in May, when more rules were eased.
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    The UK economy grew 2.3% in April, figures showed on Friday, as restrictions were relaxed and pubs and restaurants in England were allowed to serve people outside...
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