LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's hefty budget deficit has fallen to its lowest since the financial crisis, official data showed on Wednesday, helping the government argue it is delivering on a key economic pledge a year before a national election.
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One of Britain's oldest cake shops is to offer investors a slice of its equity as it becomes the latest retailer to float on the London Stock Exchange.
There were further signs today that Britain is on the road to recovery as the country's budget deficit fell to its lowest level since the financial crisis, official figures showed.
A new industry survey says manufacturing orders for the UK market and export abroad are at their strongest for nearly two decades.