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UK earnings edge up, unemployment falls more than expected
LONDON, Sept 17 (Reuters) - The earnings of British workers picked up in the three months to July but still lagged far behind inflation, even as unemployment fell more than expected, official data showed.
Stephen Timms: Youth unemployment still a problem  
Unemployment drop masks falling pay  
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