Britain is to fight a shock extra £1.7 billion demand towards the EU budget. The bill would add almost a fifth to the UK's annual contribution of £8.6 billion.
Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls says today's GDP figures show a "concerning slowdown" in the economy.
He also claimed several areas of the economy were performing poorly.
“For all George Osborne's claims that the economy is fixed most people are still not feeling the recovery. Working people are over £1600 a year worse off since 2010 and these figures now show a concerning slowdown in economic growth too.
“Under this government house building is it at its lowest level since the 1920s, business investment is lagging behind our competitors and exports are way off target," Mr Balls added.
Ukip leader Nigel Farage said:
Mr Farage told the Press Association that Mr Cameron is in "real political trouble".
Farm owner David Daniel Doran, also known as Daniel Doran Junior, will be sentenced today on a forced labour charge.
He pleaded guilty to forcing a vulnerable man to work for him for more than 13 years without pay.
The court heard how Darrell Simester was found in an "appalling" state on Cariad Farm near Newport last year.
The former warehouse worker said he worked 15-hour days without pay and was made to live in a rat-infested shed for a decade.
Chancellor George Osborne has welcomed today's GDP estimate, saying it shows the UK is "leading the pack" in the uncertain global economy.
The Chancellor published several tweets immediately after the figures came out, describing the economic outlook as "very encouraging".
Construction was the fastest growing sector of the economy in the third quarter of the year, according to the latest GDP estimate.
The Office for National Statistics preliminary estimate found that the dominant services sector grew at 0.7%, while agriculture was the slowest-growing sector at 0.3%.
Two people have been charged with conspiracy to murder a mother-of-five in the New Forest.
Supermarket worker Pennie Davis, 47, was stabbed to death as she tended to her horses near Beaulieu in September.
Benjamin Carr, 22, and Samantha Maclean, 28, both from the New Forest, have been charged with conspiracy to murder and will appear before Southampton Magistrates' Court later.
Justin Robertson, of no fixed address, has already been charged with murdering Ms Davis, while Leanne Doyle, 24, of Beech Crescent, Hythe, was also charged with assisting an offender and perverting the course of justice.
Ms Davis's funeral is due to take place in Southampton later today.
The director of the Office for National Statistics has said there is "nothing very much to worry about" after new figures estimated a 0.2% drop in GDP in the three months to September.
The ONS estimates the economy grew 0.7% in the third quarter, compared to 0.9% in the second quarter.
Joe Grice told the BBC: "Having said that This is a little bit lower than 0.9% we saw last quarter, this is all within the margins of error."
"It is a bit lower, 0.2% lower than last time, but it's still pretty health growth. At an annualised rate that's 3% year. at this stage one would have thought in these figures, [there's] nothing very much to worry about.