During the stuttering post-credit crunch recovery, IC writers were temporarily banned from using what was becoming an increasingly hackneyed financial descriptor: 'double dip recession'. Yet here we are, just a few short years later, talking not of a double dip but the impending threat of a 'triple dip' recession. Less 'Sorrell's bath' than 'Osborne's infinity pool' (constantly tipping over the edge), there just does not seem to be any end in sight to the UK's economic malaise.
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