The British economy is FINALLY bigger than before the pandemic after 0.9% growth in November

The UK economy is FINALLY bigger than before the pandemic after rising 0.9% in November, with Rishi Sunak celebrating the “courage of the British people” – but the increase was BEFORE the imposition of Omicron restrictions

  • The British economy is larger than before the pandemic after a growth of 0.9% in November.
  • After recovering for two years, Rishi Sunak celebrated the “crumbs of the British people.”
  • The data was from before the Omicron tribe and returning curbs










Rishi Sunak today celebrated the “roughness of the British people” after the economy finally returned to the land lost by the pandemic.

Official data show that GDP grew by 0.9 percent in November, which means that the level is now higher than in February 2020.

The chancellor said it was “amazing” news and called on people to receive booster beats to keep the recovery on track.

However, the picture is thought to have worsened since November due to the onset of the Omicron wave and the government’s imposition of “Plan B” restrictions, including masks, advice for working from home and masks in some settings.

Official data show that GDP grew by 0.9 percent in November, which means that the level is now higher than in February 2020

ONS chief economist Grant Fitzner said: “The economy grew strongly in the month before Omicron struck with architects, retailers, couriers and accountants who had a bad month.

The construction industry also recovered from several weak months because it was easier to obtain many raw materials.

“This meant that monthly GDP exceeded its pre-pandemic level for the first time in November.”

Mr Sunak said: “It is amazing to see the size of the economy return to pre-pandemic levels in November – a sign of the British’s bravery and determination.

“The government continues to support the economy, including through grants, loans and corporate tax credits, and our Jobs Plan provides fantastic opportunities for people across the country.

“We all need to play an important role in protecting lives and jobs, and I urge everyone to do their part by being strengthened as soon as possible.”

Rishi Sunak said it was “amazing” news, and called on people to receive booster beats to keep the recovery on track.

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