The UK's credit rating has been cut by Moody's from Aa1 to Aa2, on concerns about the country's weakening public finances and the potential impact of leaving the European Union on economic growth.
Moody's had already removed the UK's prized AAA credit rating in 2013, when it downgraded the country to Aa1 on expectations growth will "remain sluggish over the next few years". In 2016, fellow ratings...
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