UK economy grows again, but growth slows
The UK economy has grown for 11 quarters in a row, but growth slowed to 0.5% in July, August and September.
The growth compared with 0.7% in the second quarter, according to ONS.
The service sector grew by 0.7%, agriculture grew by 0.5%, construction output fell by 2.2% and manufacturing dropped by 0.3%.
Despite the dip in growth, the UK is still likely to have been the third-best performing major economy since 2008, behind only Canada and the US and ahead of Germany, when Eurozone economic data is published next month.