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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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▶ UK wage growth unexpectedly stalls 01:39

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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