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no surprises for japan's is in the u. k. but food for thought for those who think the british economy is firing on all cylinders unemployment up for the first time in two years rising by almost fifteen thousand between march and may which is breaking views robert coles isn't too concerned there are fantastic suspicion about old suspicion about all these %HESITATION %HESITATION statistics and the why that cotton who they leave out what kind of you know what kind of jobs that include so i think you know the most important thing here is to see these a curiosity not as proof of one thing , workers , claiming benefits also high , but there is some good news , spike recent strike sweet suggests the opposite wages are rising cold things that might be behind the choppers jump into any wage increase is significant , uh because , so whether it's in line with inflation over the head of inflation , the fact is the difference is is the bill dying off and if the bill is going on that's bound to make employers , think twice about hiring , average weekly earnings including bonuses are up three point two percent in the same period last year that will be watched closely by the bank of england it's considering waiting to raise interest rates from the current record low of no point five percent