UK wages rise at fastest rate for a decade despite Brexit risks

British workers’ pay rose 3.9% over last three months in sharp
contrast to slowing economy

British workers’ basic pay is growing at the fastest rate for
more than a decade despite mounting risks to the economy as
Brexit
looms.

In sharp contrast to the broader economic slowdown that has
taken Britain to the brink of recession, the
Office for National Statistics
said annual average pay rose by
3.9% in the three months to June, the highest rate since June
2008.

Source: FS – All-News2-Economy
UK wages rise at fastest rate for a decade despite Brexit risks