What Brexit did was heap pressure on a country already struggling with weak public infrastructure and stagnant wages, mainly by limiting the labour market and diminishing volumes of trade.
Yes, Love. If you limit those who may enter the labour market then you push up wages, don’t you? Even at The G you should get this – straight Marx that is, reduce the reserve army of the unemployed.
Brexit did not break the housing market, so that stock is low and housing so unaffordable that the average first-time buyer in London had a deposit of £150,000 last year, and recent rises in interest rates will be passed on from buy-to-let landlords to tenants.
Landlords are cost plus now, are they? Rather than price takers in a market?
Brexit didn’t slash NHS funding.
Given that NHS funding wasn’t slashed I suppose that is one thing you got right. Brexit didn’t slash it.