Letters: Brexit has brought the UK to its lowest post-war ebb

  Herald Scotland 

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POST-WAR Britain dealt successfully with a Gold Standard crisis, Suez, Devaluation and the IMF. Admission to the EU, after a protracted period of pleading, the later successful Falklands War and the flow of North Sea oil raised the economy and national morale. Premier Tony Blair, an open admirer of Margaret Thatcher, sought to emulate her war successes and we entered into exhausting and costly war
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