North-east England will be hit hardest by no-deal Brexit, says CBI

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Business lobby group provides region-by-region breakdown of potential damage North-east England would suffer the biggest decline in economic output of any UK region by the middle of the 2030s if the country leaves the EU without a deal, according to an analysis of government figures by Britain’s leading business lobby group. The Confederation of British Industry said the region could be among the
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