LONDON, May 30 (Reuters) - British consumer confidence fell in May to its weakest since 1990, a survey showed on Friday which bodes ill for both the retail outlook and the sagging political fortunes of Prime Minister Gordon Brown. The GfK NOP consumer confidence barometer fell 5 points to -29 as people's mood soured over the state of the economy and their own personal finances. Britons are now more reluctant to make major purchases over the next year than at any other time since the ...
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