Bounce back Britain: UK economy grew by 2.3% in April in highest monthly rise since last July



Bounce back Britain: UK economy grew by 2.3% in April in highest monthly rise since last July after shoppers hit High Streets and pubs reopened as Covid restrictions eased

  • Shoppers hit the British high streets and pubs as coronavirus restrictions eased
  • UK economy grew by 2.3 per cent in April in highest monthly rise since July 
  • Despite surge, the UK economy is still 3.7 per cent below its pre-pandemic peak 

The UK economy has grown by 2.3 per cent in April in the highest monthly rise since last July.

It comes after shoppers hit the British high streets and pubs as coronavirus restrictions were eased in recent weeks.

Despite the surge, the UK economy is still 3.7 per cent below its pre-pandemic peak.

Chancellor Rishi Sunak said the figures were ‘a promising sign that our economy is beginning to recover’.  

More to follow. 



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