The economic growth is East , a very sensible realignment away from a decaying bloc that is shrinking in economic relevance.
Replying to @Arron_banks
Wow. All our closest neighbours. You people threw so much away for so little.

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Replying to @Arron_banks
Russia perhaps 馃槀馃ぃ
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Replying to @Arron_banks
Lorries from China delivering fresh food to our supermarkets? Somehow can't see that working 馃槀
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Leaving the EU because of higher growth in the East makes as much sense as Emgland Wales or Scotland leaving the UK because of higher growth from the East, ie no sense whatsoever. Note: based on trade data the UK is shrinking far faster than the EU. Oops!
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So Arron, if EU membership is so bad for trading with the wider world why have German exports to the USA and China sharply increased?
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Arron, as always, pretends that one can't do both. Be close to close markets and also trade to far away markets. Plenty of other European countries do it well. It's a crap political move that in no way helps UK business. It instead makes life harder for businesses (and people).
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Brexit in this sense is a strong and long lasting kick by political classes against the British economy, with no expectation of improvement, or desire to acknowledge such.
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Replying to @Arron_banks
Given up on the Angloshere then? West, North, South try them all our natural, sustainable trading partners are to the very near East. You jog along to Thailand and China, for now. Moscow beckons.
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East, yes the EU.. All member states growing faster than the Un UK which falls into the abyss..
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