By Christina Fincher and Sumeet Desai LONDON, May 30 (Reuters) - Britain's economic outlook darkened further on Friday as three separate surveys pointed to tumbling consumer confidence, sliding house prices and falling disposable income. All of this bodes ill for the sagging political fortunes of Prime Minister Gordon Brown at a time when rising inflation means further interest rate cuts from the Bank of England are unlikely. The GfK NOP consumer confidence barometer fell 5 points to ...
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