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UK exports to Europe fell 41% in January as Brexit hit trade

UK exports to Europe fell 41% in January as Brexit hit trade

Britain’s exports to Europe collapsed in January amid new terms of trade following Brexit. The UK exported goods worth £8.1 billion to the EU in its first month completely outside the bloc, a 41% decline compared to December. The drop off in trade is similar when compared to January 2020. Imports from the bloc tumbled 29% to £16.2 billion in January compared with the previous month.

Aleks 0 months

UK left the EU customs union and single market on 1.1.2021 Now they are -40%

computron 0 months

Wow. It’s almost like the EU wants to make look Brexit look bad any way they can... hmmm

Mike 0 months

I'm sure it's nothing to do with the world wide pandemic that's going on.

bogdan 0 months

They need to get in bed with US or China. Both brown options.

Bryan_with_a_why 0 months

This isn't the first month since Brexit tho...? They left Jan 2020 and then a little thing called the rona arrived.

Julian 0 months

I wonder if the endless dystopian lockdowns have anything to do with this 🤔

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