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Lib Dem criticism comes amid Treasury estimates a clean EU break could leave a £66bn hole in UK finances
Second-quarter GDP revised up while current account deficit widens
Failings include low investment, inadequate basic education and the innumeracy of the elites
Second-quarter data show momentum ahead of Brexit vote
Niesr estimates output fell by 0.2 per cent compared with June
Think-tank calls for ‘sledgehammer’ BoE action to counter expected economic downturn
Economy expanded 0.6 per cent in second quarter, driven by good performance from service sector
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