Shanker Singham writes for City AM
That prize must include the ability to improve our own domestic economy: by controlling and improving the UK’s regulatory and trading environment, strengthening our trade relationships across the world (not merely in the EU), and playing our part as a major trading nation.
But since January 2017, our heads appear to be bowed down. This summer, the country seems to have been visibly shaken by threats of planes not flying, medicines missing from shelves, and food becoming more expensive.
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