The UK was officially announced out of the recession this week as figures released by the Office of National Statistics on Tuesday (26 January) hailed an increase in the UKs economic growth. VoucherCodes.com is urging consumers to continue being savvy to avoid falling back in to debt; something which is echoed by the opinion of officials .
Although the UK has seen a number of signs leading to an economic recovery, from falling unemployment levels to better than expected retail sales over the festive season, it is important that the UK remains cautious.
James Carter, Managing Director of VoucherCodes.com says: The figures announced this week show that Britain is crawling out of the recession and that is fantastic for consumer confidence. Yet, we still have to err on the side of caution to help keep the economic growth steady.
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