‘We’ve Got One Shot’: Warnings Unheeded in Brexit’s Northern Heartland
When Nissan Motor Co. threw England’s northeast an economic lifeline and started producing cars in Sunderland in 1986, the Japanese carmaker was drawn by a pool of cheap, skilled and available workers with access to European Union markets.
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