The IMF has cut its UK economic growth forecast, blaming Brexit uncertainty.The Fund expects growth of 1.6% this year, down slightly from its previous forecast of 1.7%. It expects growth to slow further next year, to 1.5%.IMF chief Christine Lagarde said uncertainty over the Brexit deal was causing UK firms to delay investment plans.She also said rising inflation, caused by the fall in the pound, and stagnant wages were squeezing spending power.
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