UK growth looks set to slide according to the British Chamber of Commerce.
The body questioned 8,500 firms and found that orders, sales, investment and confidence are on the wane.
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Figures indicate that industrial output fell 0.5 percent, the biggest decline since August 2013, implying the UK economy slowed in the first three months of the year.
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It is not only industrial output that is weak the service industry has been hit falling to its lowest level in three years.
Manufacturing has also seen a drop in domestic orders.