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LONDON, Aug 16 (Reuters) - Britain's pound fell to its lowest against the euro in 10 months on Wednesday, with nerves over jobs and wages data due later in the day adding to growing noise over Brexit negotiations with the European Union.
Sterling sank almost 1 percent on Tuesday after inflation data for July came in slightly below expectations, further quelling any speculation of a rise in Bank of England interest rates over the next year.
Wage growth has tended to run well shy of price increases in recent years, deepening the pain for British households struggling with government budget cuts and often high housing costs.
Dealers said there was speculation of another weak figure in early trade in London and the pound deepened the previous session's losses to trade at a 5-week low of $1.2842 by 0803 GMT.
It had recovered some of the earlier loss against the euro to trade at 91.15 pence per euro, versus an earlier low of 91.44 pence.
"Either this is just a continuation of the selling from yesterday or someone has again got a whiff of the labour numbers," said a dealer with one London-based broker. (Reporting by Patrick Graham and Saikat Chatterjee; Editing by Toby Chopra)