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As youth unemployment reaches more than one million, jobless people restage famous 1936 Jarrow march for jobs.
The accumulation of a nation's wealth bears little relation to the happiness of its citizens, so why measure GDP growth?
Annual inflation reaches highest level for more than two years, propelled by higher food and fuel costs.
The British economy shrank by 0.5 per cent in the last quarter of 2010, raising concerns of a double-dip recession.
Double-dip recession fears ease as figures show economy grew 0.8 per cent in third quarter - twice as fast as predicted.
Growth of 0.1 per cent in fourth quarter sees UK emerge from longest recession since 1955.
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