The data released by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) shows a positive rise for the economy. Britain’s economy rose by 4.8 percent between April and June.
In contrast, both China and the US were less than half of the UK’s rise, with China’s economy rising by 1.3 percent, as well as the US rising by 1.6 percent.
The release of this data also shows that the UK was the highest growing economy in the second quarter of 2021 of all G20 countries.
These G20 countries contain some of the most industrialised countries in the world.
Many have credited this rise in the economy to the effectiveness of the vaccine rollout in the UK.
Through this rollout, the UK has been able to vaccinate most of the population, attributing this to the rise in the economy.
With this quick rollout also came the end of restrictions coming in July of 2021.
Restrictions ending meant the economy could attempt to return back to normal, with places reopening after the pandemic.
And this has been supported by investment…