LONDON, Feb 22 (Reuters) - Britain's economy accelerated at the end of 2016 but growth for the whole year was weaker than previously thought and there are signs of weakness ahead, data showed, suggesting the Brexit vote will start to take its toll in 2017.
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Study says gender pay gap, career breaks and less generous pension plans are to blame for the shortfall between men and women. 09:16, UK, Wednesday 22 February 2017.