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

Will Customers continue to buy diesels based on economy and low emissions?

Will so-called environmental ‘Experts’ show me your creds, facts, experience?

Will UK Automotive, Aerospace and innovation remain significant world players?

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

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 far from perfect - is there another way to be in Europe?

UK Ltd must totally overhaul productivity, quality and finance to become solvent

Who needs dysfunctional Conservative and Labour Party Politicking?

Do you know why we are the laughing-stock of the Western World?

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