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UK rents rise at slowest pace since 2013

Britain's economy has held up better than most forecasts made at the time of the decision by voters to leave the EU in June 2016, but it is growing more slowly than most other big, advanced nations.


THE average rents for residential properties in Britain grew at their slowest pace since 2013 last year, a survey showed on Monday, a latest sign of how uncertainty about Brexit is weighing on the economy.

The 1.6 per cent increase in rents was also the first below-inflation

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