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The UK economy shrank in the third quarter, leaving Britain as the only Group of Seven economy yet to fully recover from the pandemic. The drop, shallower than economists expected, marks the start of what is expected to be a protracted recession. Lizzy Burden reports on Bloomberg Television.
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