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Wage growth fails to overtake inflation again

BBC News Tuesday, 17 April 2018 ()
Wage growth fails to overtake inflation againUnemployment fell by 16,000 between December and February to 1.42 million.
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Workers in Britain have still not seen their wages rise more quickly than inflation despite unemployment falling to its lowest level since 1975. Pascale Davies reports.

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