GDP up 0.3% as UK avoids triple-dip recession
Britain has avoided a triple-dip recession after the economy grew by 0.3% during the first quarter
25 April 2013
Double-dip recession not as deep as feared
Revised figures reveal a smaller contraction in the second quarter of the year than previously expected
27 September 2012
Recession less deep than feared, but economy still struggling
Britain's double-dip recession is not as bad as previously thought, revised figures show
24 August 2012
Proof you can get out of debt in the recession
Despite the state of the country's economy, one MoneySaver became debt-free after overcoming a £35,000 wall
26 July 2012
Economy shrinks by 0.7% pushing UK into deeper recession
Britain slumped to its longest double-dip recession in more than 50 years, after figures reveal the economy has shrunk
25 July 2012
Labour calls for fuel duty rise postponement
Ed Balls is urging the Government to use the Olympics underspend to cover the cost of scrapping an increase in fuel duty
26 June 2012
Recession is deeper than feared
Revised figures today show a sharper decline in the economy in the first three months of 2012 than first thought
24 May 2012
Mervyn King: Economic crisis "far from over"
Bank of England governor admits more should have been done to avert the downturn, adding we're not out of the woods
3 May 2012
Time to recession-proof your finances?
Here are 10 things everyone needs to know about economic downturn
2 May 2012
UK back in recession
The UK is back in recession after a surprise 0.2% contraction in the economy in the first quarter of the year
25 April 2012
Martin: It's Meter Reading Week
His 9 energy need-to-knows
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