(Releads, adds detail, byline, comment, wraps in BoE figures) By Ross Finley LONDON, July 29 (Reuters) - British consumers appear to have shrugged off the impact of the July 7 deadly bomb attacks on the London transport system, a survey of consumer confidence showed on Friday. The unexpected rise in GfK Martin Hamblin's barometer of sentiment came less than a week before the Bank of England is set to cut interest rates for the first time in two years in response to a consumer slowdown ...
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