The UK's GDP growth target for 2016 has been revised down to 2% by the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) in today's Budget, from its November target of 2.4%.
Chancellor George Osborne said growth has been revised down due to a "materially weaker" outlook for the country as uncertainty approaches in the months preceding June's EU referendum, adding he has chosen...
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