(AGI) London, July 21 - The British economy has returned togrowth levels above those seen before the the onset of the 2008economic crisis, the country's national statistics office hasreported. The figures will be published on Friday and,according to the Financial Times, will show a growth in GDP of0.8 percent between April and June, which is almost the samegrowth rate of the three months before April. The pro capitaGDP remains lower than before the start of the crisis becauseof population size compared to six years ago. The FinancialTimes reports that the upcoming official report will show aconsiderable increase in the public debt. (AGI) . .