Good news for the UK economy - and bad.
Growth was positive in Q3 - meaning Britain avoided recession.
But at one per cent, it was the slowest annual rate in nearly a decade.
Amid a heavy dump of data, the month on month numbers tell the story:
Services - flat.
Manufacturing - down 0.4 per cent.
Construction - also slipping
While Britain's trade deficit - according to quarterly figures - is on the rise.
As is nervousness over the wider picture ...
According to Bank of England chief Mark Carney last week.
(SOUNDBITE) (English) BANK OF ENGLAND GOVERNOR, MARK CARNEY, SAYING:
"Globally that big picture has darkened. The world risks slipping into a low growth, low inflation rut."
With much of the UK awash after heavy flooding,
Its political leaders are caught in a bitter spat over public spending promises made ahead of an election next month.
There are bright notes in the new data:
Household and government expenditure rose, and business investment held steady.
But Brexit is still a key threat - the UK outlook mixed at best.