LONDON, July 31 (Reuters) - British consumer confidence hit a record low this month as people became increasingly despondent about their own personal finances, a survey showed on Thursday. The GfK NOP index fell five points to -39 in July, the lowest since the survey began in 1974, highlighting the uphill struggle facing Prime Minister Gordon Brown if he is to regain public support before the next election, expected in 2010. "There seems to be any little sign of any relief either, with ...
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