The news that the UK economy may now be 1.5% bigger than its Q4 2019 pre-pandemic size, rather than 0.2% smaller, suggests the economy has been much stronger than we previously thought. But with the UK still likely to be suffering from a labour supply shortfall, this is no guarantee of future long-term resilience.
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