Yes, I did consider posting the same chart. As I thought you would post it. I am talking about now compared to 2015 when the EU referendum was announced.What baseline are you going on though, if you take the last 5 years it's certainly not bumbling along the bottom!
Well yes if you put Diesel in your A45, but for petrol, from your link:UK had the highest looking at May 2020.
I'm not so sure that its a situation unique to the UK....Either way it's a perfect storm in the UK with natural gas prices high now
We talk about rejecting a car. It would be good if that cohort saw in stark technicolor what they have done on a daily routine basis and reject it.Forester just likes to blame everything on Brexit 😂😂
"is considered to be relatively small compared with other automotive battery factories. Industry insiders do not generally describe it as a “gigafactory” on the scale of those being built in Europe"Glass is also half full.
Nissan in the UK and benefitting from Brexit.
Owner of UK’s largest car factory to push ahead with new Qashqai and says UK leaving the EU has been positive for the companyamp.theguardian.com
But none of this has anything to do with the topic