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WORST RECESSION EVER

By Pete Moore On February 19th, 2019

Employment hit a new record high in December with more British and foreign workers in jobs than ever before.

Fears that an economic slowdown combined with Brexit could cause an exodus of foreign nationals have not yet been realised.

That’s a telling phrase, “British and foreign workers”. It shows how many of the buggers are here now. Time was when a foreigner knew his place, and it wasn’t this place. Thanks to the EU and useless British governments, any old Juan or Pavel can just pitch up. Time to turn back the clock. It’s always time to turn back the clock.

But we were supposed to be eating our carpets by now whilst casting envious glances at those lucky Venezuelans, who still have bins to rummage through and the occasional pet to eat. I don’t think those absurd predictions were Remain lies. It was more wishful thinking.

76 Responses to “WORST RECESSION EVER”

  1. We are being taxed at a rate higher than we have been in 50 years. We are borrowing large amounts of money and are running a budget deficit. Why ?

    With all these people being employed and all this money coming in via taxes, why is the economy still, technically, a bloody mess ?

    With the EU slowing down and EU Citizens no longer receiving preferential treatment, fun times are ahead methinks. For the first time they are going to have to compete for jobs rather than just wave their EU Passports and walk straight in.

  2. Good to see those Japanese flags in the Telegraph photo.

    Now it’s bye-bye Nissan, Goodbye Honda…..

    (and that’s just the past week)

  3. There’s likely a reason for that Noel:

    https://theconversation.com/eu-japan-trade-deal-comes-into-force-to-create-worlds-biggest-trade-zone-110729

  4. And nothing to do with Brexit, Noel. So we can leave that one there.

  5. No Pete. Probably not:

    The company is heavily reliant on importing components for the plant from the EU via the Channel Tunnel, with 75 per cent of the two million components delivered to the plant every day arriving between five and 24 hours.

    In the event of a Britain leaving the customs union, Honda expects it would need to handle 60,000 additional customs declarations, requiring a new IT system and additional staff. HM Revenue & Customs said this would cost Honda £2.1m a year alone in extra paperwork, even before the costs of a more unpredictable supply chain add up

    Speaking with the Financial Times, Ian Howells, senior vice-president of Honda Europe, said: “The breadth of what we are dealing with is unprecedented in terms of its total impact.

    “With foreign currency you can react, you can see what the problem is and react to it. With Brexit we just can’t react.

    https://www.swindonadvertiser.co.uk/news/16319736.honda-fears-of-unprecedented-disruption-from-brexit/

  6. All the good economic and employment news Pete Reports is because we are still in the EU. Let’s report two or three years after Brexit actually happens then we can judge with some credibility especially if it’s a ‘no deal’ Brexit.

  7. It’s still not clear whether a post Brexit UK will be in the EEA.

    This is an administrative pain for some of my UK and US clients.

    They don’t know what the rules will be in the near future.

  8. It’s still not clear whether a post Brexit UK will be in the EEA

    I know that’s what Pete and many now ultra Brexiteers wanted Phantom, before the referendum went their way of course.

  9. Paul –

    No really. It’s nothing to do with Brexit. Honda’s European chief said so this morning on Radio 4. I heard him say it. You too can hear him say it –

    https://order-order.com/2019/02/19/honda-not-brexit-related-issue/

  10. https://news.sky.com/story/nissan-boss-confirms-sunderland-blow-brexit-not-helping-11626958

  11. //It’s still not clear whether a post Brexit UK will be in the EEA.
    This is an administrative pain for some of my UK and US clients.//

    Phantom, you should tell them that some things are more important than economics.

  12. !!

  13. economics are the keystone that our world is built on Noel.

  14. No really. It’s nothing to do with Brexit. Honda’s European chief said so this morning on Radio 4. I heard him say it.

    I know what Honda’s chief said today Pete. I’m telling you what the senior vice-president of Honda Europe said eight months ago. That and of course the EU / Japan Economic Partnership Agreement which is the largest bilateral trade deal ever made by the EU in terms of market size and will be the largest zone of free trade created in history. And of course that Brexit will cost Honda Swindon £2.1m a year alone in extra paperwork

    Coincidence, spooky!!

  15. Of course it’s nonsense to pretend Brexit will have no effect on international manufacturing investment decisions in the U.K. Pete doesn’t really believe such ‘diplomatic’ denials any more than the rest of us do.

  16. Honda’s market share has been going down in Europe and legislation has not worked out well for them and their model line up. If this was solely down to BREXIT then why have they not moved production to say, Turkey ?

    https://www.dailyecho.co.uk/news/10020273.fords-80m-eu-loan-to-boost-turkey-factory-and-close-ours/

  17. Ooooh ! Look what I came across ?

    https://janetteheffernan.blogspot.com/2016/06/brexit-list-of-uk-companies-no-longer.html

  18. MarkB

    Good catch Sir.

    Colm should be along soon to explain how there is no way his beloved EU Empire would cause such things to happen.

    😉

  19. Harri, did you get an EU grant to move to Slovakia?

  20. Morning Harri

    Who would you prefer to wind you up into a frenzy today ? Me ? Paul ? Noel ? or would you like someone else to have a go . 😉

  21. Colm, on February 20th, 2019 at 8:25 AM Said:

    Morning Harri

    Who would you prefer to wind you up into a frenzy today ? Me ? Paul ? Noel ? or would you like someone else to have a go .

    Frenzy?????

    Oh dear.

  22. Noel, on February 20th, 2019 at 8:14 AM Said:

    Harri, did you get an EU grant to move to Slovakia?

    ?

  23. Harri, did you get an EU grant to move to Slovakia?

    I though that only applied to Arabs & Africans?

  24. //Harri, did you get an EU grant to move to Slovakia?

    ?//

    //Harri, did you get an EU grant to move to Slovakia?

    I though that only applied to Arabs & Africans?//

    Now, now, Harri. Were you only pretending to have read Mark’s link.

    Harri, that’s NAUGHTY!

    But you’re in an I’m-all-right-Jack position, you have your Slovakia connections when Brexit comes and you can make excellent your escape. Just like Brexiteer Jim Ratcliffe. Now if ever nomen was omen, the rat leaving the sinking ship, eh?

    You know, like Pete Moore hanging on to his EU passport – just to be on the safe side, like.

    Poor Mark doesn’t have any of that. It’s him you guys should be thinking of. At least offer to take him with you.

  25. Noel has gone into a rant and frenzy?

    EU grants on Marks link, were for large multinational companies.

    Not private individuals?

    Brexit has driven Noel doolalley.

    Never in my wildest dreams did I ever believe Brexit would be this much fun.

    🙂

    Noel

    Yep, just checked, Marks link, here it is again ..

    https://janetteheffernan.blogspot.com/2016/06/brexit-list-of-uk-companies-no-longer.html

  26. Noel

    Naughty, did you actually read Mark’s link?

    List of UK Companies that have been transferred to other countries using EU grants. Anyone who thinks the EU is good for British industry or any other business simply hasn’t paid attention to what has been systematically asset-stripped from the UK.

    Harri, did you get an EU grant to move to Slovakia?

    Err, no Noel.

    I’m not a UK company

    😉

  27. Then: //”Harri, did you get an EU grant to move to Slovakia?”

    I though that only applied to Arabs & Africans?//

    Now: //EU grants on Marks link, were for large multinational companies.//

    Harri, I appreciate that Brexit has left many people confused and disorientated.

    Maybe a holiday in the Slovakian mountains would do you a world an EU of good.

  28. Harri, I appreciate that Brexit has left many people confused and disorientated.

    Yup.

    You it appears.

    😉

    Harri, did you get an EU grant to move to Slovakia?

    Err, no Noel.

    I’m not a UK company

  29. //I though that only applied to Arabs & Africans?//

    Harri, did you mean African companies?

    But Theresa May is coming to Brussels again tomorrow. She is “armed” with a strong mandate from the British parliament. So that will be alright then.

  30. I’m not sure exactly what you think you’ve come across Mark but taking things at face value and assuming that a blog post written on some bird’s blog is 100% kosher let me make a few observations. There are many reasons that internationals move production but I’d suggest that competitive production overheads in the far east and eastern Europe are top of their agenda, (that’s the reason that MAGA Trump based his garment production operation in Asia) and many manufacturers are subsidised and incentivised by governments to move to particular areas to create jobs, as a 2016 analysis from Reuters shows:

    https://uk.reuters.com/article/uk-britain-eu-nissan-subsidies-analysis-idUKKBN12X0K7

    And many of the companies listed aren’t in fact ‘British’ so I don’t see what god given right the blogger seems to think they have to base in Britain in perpetuity. As for:

    UK airports are owned by a Spanish company.
    Scottish Power is owned by a Spanish company.
    Most London buses are run by Spanish and German companies

    You can thank privatisation for that and just on the London busses transport issue I

    Indeed, in terms of competition it is now the duty of the EU, and Ireland in particular as its only English speaking member, to compete to remove as much international business as possible from post Brexit Britain and incentivise themm to shift production to the EU.

  31. Whoops, hit wrong button:

    […] And many of the companies listed aren’t in fact ‘British’ so I don’t see what god given right the blogger seems to think they have to base in Britain in perpetuity. As for:

    UK airports are owned by a Spanish company.
    Scottish Power is owned by a Spanish company.
    Most London buses are run by Spanish and German companies

    You can thank privatisation for that and just on the London busses transport issue I’m afraid it goes much, much wider than that:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gvagsSOlAy4

    Harri, did you get an EU grant to move to Slovakia?

    I though that only applied to Arabs & Africans?

    But, but, but what about no concrete barriers on Christmas Markets in Slovakia, (and in 24 odd other European member countries).

  32. Noel

    Thanks 🙂

    Now I know that there is someone who cares 🙂

    /sarc

  33. Paul

    It is not just a blogger it is a known fact that companies, and I do not care who owns them and where they are registered, have been induced by the EU to relocate. Those companies employed British workers and the EU induced those companies to go elsewhere. Real people lost their jobs because of the EU.

    But in other old news, remember this ?

    https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2009/jan/30/brown-british-jobs-workers

    Not a blogger this time.

    The background to the story is this. The then PM, Gordon Brown created a slogan; “British jobs for British workers.” The problem was, that companies were, and indeed still are, employing workers from other EU countries to undercut UK workers. In fact, in this story they would not even employ UK workers.

    The funny thing about that article though was Gordon Brown’s other comment.

    Brown said it was important for the world not to retreat into protectionism with the erection of new trade barriers in response to the global crisis.

    Now I hate to remind you of this but, the what is a Customs Union and a Single Market, were it is only the EU and its members that make the rules ? To me that stinks of a protectionist racket.

    Post BREXIT all EU nationals, and that included those from the RoI, will have to wait in line for jobs a long with those from the rest of the world. If you do not have the necessary qualifications and / or job, you’re not getting in. Simple. And yes, I know it applies the other way.

    PS I have been offered work both in the RoI and, wait for it, because I was so thrilled at the prospect – SWITZERLAND Unfortunately I had to turn both down 🙁

  34. It is not just a blogger it is a known fact that companies, and I do not care who owns them and where they are registered, have been induced by the EU to relocate. Those companies employed British workers and the EU induced those companies to go elsewhere. Real people lost their jobs because of the EU.

    And you’ve got evidence of this ‘well known fact’ Mark?

    A cursory check on some of the claims in the blog reveals that the claims are a standard cut and paste that’s been doing the rounds and has a number of rebuttals on the net:

    http://ilovetheeu.co.uk/trade/no-the-eu-does-not-fund-companies-to-move-jobs-out-of-the-uk/

    https://editorofthechron.wordpress.com/2016/07/22/zombie-lies-about-europe-live-on/

    As for Gordon Brown and ‘British jobs for British workers’ I suggest you take it up with the employers and / or British Government at the time as I can’t see what it has to do with the EU?

    Post BREXIT all EU nationals, and that included those from the RoI, will have to wait in line for jobs a long with those from the rest of the world. If you do not have the necessary qualifications and / or job, you’re not getting in. Simple. And yes, I know it applies the other way.

    What are you talking about Mark? Are you trying to suggest that it somehow it wasn’t this way before Brexit and that jobs were automatically given to EU nationals as opposed to on the grounds of qualifications / experience/ ability / availability etc?

    Please elaborate on this claim.

    As I say above, in terms of competition it is now the duty of the EU, and Ireland in particular as its only English speaking member, to compete to remove as much international business as possible from post Brexit Britain and incentivise them to shift production to the EU.

  35. But, but, but what about no concrete barriers on Christmas Markets in Slovakia, (and in 24 odd other European member countries).

    WTF?

  36. Harri, did you get an EU grant to move to Slovakia?

    I though that only applied to Arabs & Africans?

    WTF is right.

  37. Harri, did you get an EU grant to move to Slovakia?

    I though that only applied to Arabs & Africans?

    Jasus you complete eegit..

    It was only very slightly tongue in cheek

    Jesus H Christ.

    You absolute total utter bore..

    😏

  38. Yes, of course it was, as the reference to your endless, repetitive, monotonous, insipid, tedious occasional use of Slovakia and concrete barriers at Christmas markets was just a piece of good natured ribbing.

  39. Yawn..

    Zzzzzzzzzzzzz

  40. Wonderful news…

    Brexit Britain is getting another boost with Chris Grayling giving the green light to Tilbury Port today to build a new £200 million port terminal in Thurrock on the Thames Estuary alongside the existing port. The new port will be privately funded and will be the UK’s largest unaccompanied ferry port and biggest construction processing hub when it opens in Spring 2020. It will be fully streamlined to use all the latest border technologies that Remainers like to pretend don’t exist, like AEO-trusted trader schemes…

    Tilbury Port is projected to double the volume of cargo and increase the number of people it directly employs from 3,500 to 12,000 over the next decade or so as part of a £1 billion total investment – another vote of confidence in Brexit Britain as it prepares to turn outwards to the wider world. If May’s deal ever allows it…

    https://order-order.com/2019/02/20/new-200-million-port-built-thames-tilbury/

  41. But you’re in an I’m-all-right-Jack position, you have your Slovakia connections when Brexit comes and you can make excellent your escape. Just like Brexiteer Jim Ratcliffe. Now if ever nomen was omen, the rat leaving the sinking ship, eh?

    Unfortunately, Slovakia adopted the Europe, so if the mainplayers of the Eurozone goes into recession, they will take poor Slovakia down with them.

    The Czech is more appealing, they still have their own currency.

    😁

  42. “The Euro

  43. Wonderful news…

    Why? Chris Grayling, ( he who didn’t realise the Dover-Calais trade route was important and awarded a £13.8m ferry contract to a fright company with no ships, who took their company information from a hot food delivery website), has just given it the green light to be commenced

    Have they secured the private funding?
    Will it increase trade to / from the UK?
    Will it halt / lower import / export tariffs?

    It seems that Guido are desparate to punt any old rubbish as ‘good news’ and the gullible just lap it up.

  44. *freight

  45. Paul McMahon, on February 20th, 2019 at 4:10 PM Said:
    Wonderful news…

    Why? Chris Grayling, ( he who didn’t realise the Dover-Calais trade route was important and awarded a £13.8m ferry contract to a fright company with no ships, who took their company information from a hot food delivery website), has just given it the green light to be commenced

    Have they secured the private funding?
    Will it increase trade to / from the UK?
    Will it halt / lower import / export tariffs?

    It seems that Guido are desparate to punt any old rubbish as ‘good news’ and the gullible just lap it up.

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHA.

    From an Irishman, that *cough “doesn’t care about Brexit” unless it affects NI.

    For a bloke that doesn’t care, you sure have enough to say about it?

    😁

    I smell yet more bullshit.

  46. For a bloke that doesn’t care, you sure have enough to say about it?

    Yes, I do.

    From an Irishman, that *cough “doesn’t care about Brexit” unless it affects NI.

    Precisely for that reason, it’s just because it does affect Ireland

    Are you gullible by nature or do you just deliberately spread whatever’s said by those who tell you what to think and hope the rest of us will swallow it?

  47. Paul

    For a bloke who doesn’t care about what happens to Britain regards Brexit.

    Your rather large mouth, tells us otherwise.

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHA.

    😁

    I smell bullshit.

  48. //giving the green light to Tilbury Port today to build a new £200 million port terminal in Thurrock on the Thames Estuary alongside the existing port. The new port will be privately funded and will be the UK’s largest unaccompanied ferry port //

    That’ll come in handy for all those emigrants leaving after Brexit, who don’t have the money to buy a RyanAir ticket.

    //PS I have been offered work both in the RoI and, wait for it, because I was so thrilled at the prospect – SWITZERLAND Unfortunately I had to turn both down//

    I’d think twice about that kind of thing, Mark. You are British and if you live in the RoI you’ll soon be eligible for citizenship and get an EU passport, like the one Pete Moore has.

    You can also speed up the process by marrying an Irish woman. One of my sisters is a spinster, and by this stage I assume she’d marry even a Brexiter.
    (especially one with your, I’m sure, many attractions, Mark.)

    I mean, why should MPs and Peers have all the fun? According to the Times the number of members of the UK parliament applying for an Irish passport runs to two digits, and that was just a few months after the Referendum!

    I wonder how many of them were Brexiteers.

  49. Noel

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHA

    😂😂😂

  50. Its somewhat heartwarming, to have an ex Irishman living in Germany on the brink of a recession, and an ex Irishman living in Spain, close to recession, showing so much concern for us English, living in England.

    Oh shucks, thanks guys, I’m getting all emotional.

    😏

  51. Oh dear, now I read that several Tory MPs have broken away and joined the new Independent grouping (I like the name).

    How come so many of these breakaway MPs, from both parties now, are women?

    I also see that one of these Tory ladies is the member for Penistone (Penis tone-deaf, more likely).

  52. Sorry Noel I dont think my wife would approve. Please let your sister down gently.

    I’m greatly looking forward to FEU day. I think a party is in order. Corbyn’s booked so no clowns.

  53. Noel, on February 20th, 2019 at 5:15 PM Said:
    Oh dear, now I read that several Tory MPs have broken away and joined the new Independent grouping (I like the name).

    Oh, the horror, the inhumanity of it all.

    How will we survive?

    Drain the swamp.

  54. How come so many of these breakaway MPs, from both parties now, are women?

    I also see that one of these Tory ladies is the member for Penistone (Penis tone-deaf, more likely).

    Nooooooooo!

    The horror!

    What are we to do?

  55. How come so many of these breakaway MPs, from both parties now, are women?

    If someone truly believes the likes of Anna Soubry, can somehow, be construed as one of our “peers”.

    Then may I suggest, you seek immediate professional assis

  56. *assistance

  57. Dogisgreat, on February 20th, 2019 at 5:16 PM Said:
    Sorry Noel I dont think my wife would approve. Please let your sister down gently.

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHA

    😂

  58. Harri, thanks for trying to tell me what I can and can’t comment on on David’s blog but until such times as David asks me not to, if it’s al the same to you I’ll comment on and respond to any coment on any subject that catches my eye / I feel inclined to, which may include some low on fact eegit spreading risible hyperbole from a propaganda machine and hoping / thinking that the rest of us will be as gullible.

    Is that alright with you ducky?

    Your rather large mouth, tells us otherwise

    You have the largest, gobbiest mouth in all of ATWdom Harri. So much so in fact that commentators regularly spectulate how many of your frenzied, multiple comments will appear when you’re ‘triggered’. In fact, if you look through this thread alone at the proliferation of comments from comentators, facts will prove you wrong as usual and you’ll get an idea of who the (metaphorical) large mouth is.

  59. You are British and if you live in the RoI you’ll soon be eligible for citizenship and get an EU passport, like the one Pete Moore has.

    Except I have my Irish passport of convenience by right, what with me being proper, total Irish and all. When it suits.

  60. Paul McMahon, on February 20th, 2019 at 6:34 PM Said:
    Harri, thanks for trying to tell me what I can and can’t comment on on David’s blog but until such times as David asks me not to, if it’s al the same to you I’ll comment on and respond to any coment on any subject that catches my eye / I feel inclined to, which may include some low on fact eegit spreading risible hyperbole from a propaganda machine and hoping / thinking that the rest of us will be as gullible.

    Is that alright with you ducky?

    From the rather large mouth of the ex Irishman, who “doesn’t care about Brexit” unless it concerns NI.

    For someone who claims to not “care about Brexit” your extra large mouth on the subject concerning Great Britain is quite compelling.

    Away you eegit with all your faux Brexit bullshit.

  61. Paul McMahon, on February 20th, 2019 at 6:34 PM Said:
    Harri, thanks for trying to tell me what I can and can’t comment on on David’s blog but until such times as David asks me not to, if it’s al the same to you I’ll comment on and respond to any coment on any subject that catches my eye

    But but,but?

    “You don’t give a shit unless it affects NI”… Apparently?

    More Paul McMahon’s boring, laborious, relentless, bullshit.

    😏

  62. I do care about Brexit. I care about the effect it will have on Ireland. However, if you’re going to spread arseholery about ‘Ze Commission’ and empty fake rubbish about ‘wonderful new’ and expect others to swallow the propaganda bollocks that you mindlessly spout then expect to be questioned on that too

    The bottom line is I comment on what I want to comment on until David asks me not to and the moral of the story is don’t spread bullshit and you won’t be challenged / caught out.

    Hope you don’t mind.

  63. Paul McMahon, on February 20th, 2019 at 6:58 PM Said:
    I do care about Brexit

    You really are, full of shit.

  64. Colm,

    Of course it’s nonsense to pretend Brexit will have no effect on international manufacturing investment decisions in the UK.

    Spot-on. Brexit is going to have an effect. What we don’t know, is how far reaching that effect will be.

  65. Compelling argument H but would you mind explaining the ‘wonderful news’ that you’re on about?

  66. Spot-on. Brexit is going to have an effect. What we don’t know, is how far reaching that effect will be.

    Positive or negative?

    Paul MCMahon.

    For someone who claims to not “give a shit about Brexit, and Great Britain”

    You sure do seem to have an awful lot of bollocks to say about it.

    😏

  67. Paul McMahon, on February 20th, 2019 at 7:07 PM Said:
    Compelling argument H but would you mind explaining the ‘wonderful news’ that you’re on about?

    Read the article.

    If you can be bothered that is, I mean, its nothing to do with NI…or Spain.

  68. Harri,

    Positive or negative?

    In the long-term, impossible to say, in the short-term, I believe it’ll be negative.

  69. Probaby for the first time in your life on this blog you’ve convinced me about something and now got me interested in the wider aspects of Brexit and not just its effects on Ireland.

    Go you!!

    Now, I’ve read the article several times and can’t seem to grasp how it’s ‘wonderful news’ so could you enlighten me as to the wonderfulness of the aforementioned news of the go ahead for the expansion of a dock in Essex?

    Have they secured the private funding for it?

    Wil it take shipping traffic away from Dover which is only seventy miles away?

    Do you trust the competence of the Minister in light of his previous monumental fuck ups?

    Will there be enough trade to justify its expansion?

    Will it have any effect on WTO no deal import / export tariffs?

    Go on, do tell.

  70. Wonderful news.

    The head of Google’s new recruitment tool ‘Hire by Google’ has said that the UK is “an attractive market, obviously, for everybody” and that Brexit did not change his decision to launch the product in the UK. Dmitri Krakovsky, a Vice President at Google (the world’s second most valuable company), said at the launch of the new product that “the UK is no doubt a very, very attractive market for us.” All despite Brexit…

    https://order-order.com/2019/02/22/head-googles-hiring-tool-calls-uk-attractive-market/

  71. Oh, Harri.

    Google may want to sell its products in the UK, (probably reasoning that if the British people bought Brexit, they’ll buy anything)

    but it MAKES THEM in Ireland.

    255 job vacancies at Google Ireland. I really think busineses in Ireland should reserve a certain quota of jobs for British people post Brexit. I know we’ve had our difficulties in the past with England, but it’s time to move on, and we should be prepared to give our English friends a helping hand in their hour (or century) of need.

  72. Oh Noel

    Only until EU empire tax harmonisation kicks in.

    Poor Noel

  73. Harri, on February 22nd, 2019 at 6:49 PM Said:
    Wonderful news.

    New figures show that growth in Britain’s manufacturing sector is outpacing every other major European nation as the EU is gripped by a slowdown. Manufacturing growth is at a 26-month low in France, and a 31 month low even in powerhouse Germany. Also Italy languishes at a 47-month low…

    IHS Markit has released its index of factory activity in November where a score of 50 is the cut off point between growth and decline. The UK has risen to 53.1, but the Eurozone as a whole has fallen to its lowest since August 2016, at 51.8.

    All the while the ONS has revealed that the UK’s inward foreign direct investment (FDI) position increased to £1,336.5 billion last year, a record high. Despite Brexit…

    https://order-order.com/2018/12/04/brexit-britain-fdi-soaring-manufacturing-booming/

  74. “Eurozone growth was 1.9% in 2018, and we predict a decline to 1.5% in 2019

    In addition, the continuing turmoil around Brexit will hurt UK growth, which will fall to 1.1% in 2019.”

    1.5% versus 1.1% ?

    Poor Harri.

  75. Poor Noel

    Poor Ireland

    😁

  76. https://goo.gl/images/hKUGaw

    😂

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