Brexit has damaged Britain’s competitiveness and will make us poorer | Resolution Foundation

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The research estimates that the changes in trading rules alone will reduce labour productivity by 1.3% by the end of the decade. This will contribute to weaker wage growth, with real pay set to be £470 per worker lower each year, on average, than it otherwise would have been.”

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