UK GDP expanded by 0.6% in July-September, the best quarterly growth in almost two years, but economists see storm clouds ahead

Sunny summer helped economy to fastest growth for two years

The British economy grew by a perky 0.6 per cent in the third quarter, its fastest for two years, but the positive number was soured by a third successive quarter of falling business investment.The Office for National Statistics said that the growth in total output compared to the second quarter was

UK GDP grew 0.6% in the third quarter, boosted by unusually good weather that followed particularly bad weather.

UK economy grows by 0.6% in third quarter despite September 'weakness'

Official figures show a pick-up from the hot summer - but there are fears the year will end on a more downbeat note.

U.K. Economy Picked Up Pace in Third Quarter

The U.K.’s economy expanded in the third quarter at its fastest pace in almost two years, making it one of only a handful of countries in Europe to avoid the broad slowdown across the continent.

UK economy grows at fastest rate since 2016

Warm weather boosted consumer spending, but growth is tailing off, official figures show.

UK growth rises in third quarter, but summer boost cools off

The figures were driven primarily by strong retail sales during the football World Cup and a recovery in construction in July.

The UK economy grew at its fastest rate in two years in the three months to September after a strong summer.

- Britain's economy kept up healthy momentum during the third quarter, but this may prove a high watermark ahead of Brexit, official figures showed on Friday.