Interesting analysis, especially the points about productivity and where jobs are likely to be after Brexit. Also keep in mind that workers are comparably easy to get rid of, while with other investments (in particular capital investment) that isn't that easy. Meaning the high job creation over the last few years isn't necessarily despite Brexit, but to an extent because of (ie employing people you can get rid of fairly easily if need be instead of improving efficiency through modernising machines which will sit on your balance sheet for some time).

The British economy creates lots of jobs – not lots of pay rises | Philip Inman | Business | The Guardian

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