The economy continued to grow strongly between July and September, according to estimates from the UK's leading macro-economic think-tank.
GDP expanded by 0.8%, the National Institute of Economic and Social Research said. If that is confirmed by official figures, it would be the economy's strongest quarterly growth since the Coalition took office in 2010.
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