Here are some facts to chew on – if we still have teeth left by the end of the run;

  • The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) today slashed its growth forecast for the UK economy to 1.3% for 2018, the weakest performance since the financial crisis.
  • The consultancy firm Oliver Wyman publishes a report showing households being worse off and businesses less profitable irrespective of the kind of BREXIT sought. A “no deal” BREXIT on the other hand would cost a British household £961 ($1,273) a year, with poorer households families hit hardest.

And if that weren’t enough focus of our geniuses is diverted to “future” NHS funding & Upskirting.

Good luck.

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