LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's economy grew for a third month in a row as the country tried to recover from its coronavirus lockdown crash, official data showed on Friday.
Output expanded by 6.6% in July from June, helped by the further lifting of restrictions in sectors such as pubs, bars and restaurants.
Economists polled by Reuters had expected growth of 6.
7% in July.
However, the economy remained 11.7% smaller than its level in February, before the pandemic hit Britain.
"While it has continued steadily on the path.