by John Shaw
After years of laziness Britain is about to start growing and making things again. The days when everything you see says ‘made in China’ will be gone. Sure they are not in the European Union and trade within the World Trade Organisation (WTO) rules, but at least they produce things.
As well as a manufacturing boom, our farmers have a wonderful opportunity to grow crops and produce again. Gone will be the days when, in the supermarket vegetable and salad selection, only the lettuce is from Britain.
As a nation, we just need to get on with it and ignore the totally pessimistic and wrong people like Phillip Hammond, Chancellor of the Exchequer, who does not want us to trade with the rest of the world.