There are clear signs the UK economy is now out of recession, but it faces a bumpy road ahead, Chancellor of the Exchequer Alistair Darling said following the release of highly disappointing Q4 GDP figures.
The Q4 data showed the economy only growing 0.1% on the quarter, which technically marks the end of the UK recession.
“If you look at what is happening across the world, what is happening in this country there are now clear signs that we are coming through the recession, that we are now out of recession,” Darling said in a Sky TV interview.
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