The British economy is the weakest in the world. The recession in UK will become the deepest depression in history. Interest rates are going to have on rising because inflation is out of control. (The Bank of England will put up interest rates again at its next meeting.) Today, in Britain, five pounds will only buy what four pounds bought three years ago. That’s inflation in action. Energy prices have risen 79%, food prices have risen 19.1%. Pay rises in Britain are soaring ahead – at a much faster rate than in the US or the EU where unions and workers have been relatively restrained –…
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Source: Dr Vernon Coleman - MB ChB DSc Read the original article here: https://vernoncoleman.org/