Trade with London
The trade surplus with London City State grew to 25% in the last quarter.
The chancellor at a speech last night to the CNBI explained how the despite the cash-strapped city’s new treaty with the EU and the trickle of goods coming up the Thames, the city was still at the mercy of the British farmers and paying the high tariffs imposed by BiG policy.
The agricultural reorganisation, following the New Britain’s escape from the EU and loss of subsidies, has been made up for by the increased prices that the farmers can charge when exporting to London and Scotland.
The EU continues to work to undermine British sovereignty as it moves forward with treaties and eventual union with the renegade break-away regimes in London, Scotland and the re-unified Irish Republic.