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UK Economic Recovery Slows on Weak Manufacturing Expansion
The UK economy only expanded by 0.7% between July and September, compared with 0.9% in the second quarter this year, amid the country's manufacturing sector expanding at the weakest pace in 18 months.
GDP up 7% but recovery slows  
George Osborne ''out of touch'' after he insisted Britain has ''feel good factor''  
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The Royal Bank of Scotland is expected to commit itself to its Irish business this week after a surprise turnaround in the taxpayer-backed bank's operations in the country.
A record five million workers are now in low-paid jobs, according to a new report, sparking calls for Government action to help tackle the problem.
The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) has confirmed it is considering whether to launch a full investigation into the Tesco accounting scandal.
Monarch Airlines has agreed a rescue deal which will see an investment firm pumping more than �100 million into the company, but also involves pay cuts of up to 30 per cent for staff and hundreds of redundancies.
Children's pocket money has risen more than twice as fast as parents' wages since the 1980s, research has revealed. Youngsters aged between eight and 15 now receive an average of �6.35 a week from their cash-strapped parents, a figure that is 462 per ...

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