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productivity weakness worsening, says ONS
Britain's workers became less productive in the final quarter of 2014, highlighting a significant weakness that has dogged the UK economy for eight years.
Weep for falling productivity  
UK's sluggish productivity worsened in late 2014 - ONS  
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