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U.K. Labor Market Freezes Amid Brexit, Election Uncertainty

  • Demand for workers posts weakest growth since financial crisis
  • Firms, job hunters taking wait-and-see approach, survey finds
City Workers As Pay Slump Due To End
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Political uncertainty is “playing havoc” with the U.K. labor market, with demand for workers rising at the slowest pace for a decade and wage pressures easing, according to a report.