Second ratings agency downgrades UK's credit-worthiness

Second ratings agency downgrades UK's credit-worthiness

A second ratings agency has downgraded the UK's credit-worthiness this evening.

Fitch has blamed the fallout from the British European Union vote as it lowered their financial prospects by a notch.

Earlier, Standard and Poors dropped its assessment too - meaning the UK government could find it harder to borrow money.

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