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The UK economy shrank more than it has done in over 40 years at the start of 2020 — and it could get 15 times worse

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The UK economy shrank more than it has done in over 40 years at the start of 2020 — and it could get 15 times worse· *The UK economy declined by more than first expected in the first three months of the year, the Office for National Statistics showed on Tuesday.*
· *It was the country's largest drop since 1979, when the country was battling major industrial unrest and high unemployment.*
· *Gross domestic product fell by 2.2% in the...
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