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Volkswagen - did your diesel fiasco help any business or economic sectors?

Customers will continue to buy diesels based on economy and low emissions

So-called environmental ‘Experts’ - show me your creds, facts, experience

UK Automotive and Aerospace will remain significant world players

Bye bye Europe, UK Ltd will still be a significant player in the world market

Will a hard-Brexit Little England become totally isolationist by default?

Will UK politicians EVER re-start thinking about their Prime Directive?

Is any UK politician experienced or skilled enough to lead this country?

The European Union is not perfect - but show me any enlightened Government

UK Ltd needs to improve working efficiency, quality and price to become solvent, our virtual bankruptcy is independent of our EU membership


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