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#185723
Nissan... Brexit... more lose jobs 2 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
Looks like 7000 will lose jobs - all down to Brexit and "government assurances"... what an almighty mess this is. So stupid. We are governed by idiots.
 
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#185731
Silent Minority

Re:Nissan... Brexit... more lose jobs 2 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
JK2006 wrote:
Looks like 7000 will lose jobs - all down to Brexit and "government assurances"... what an almighty mess this is. So stupid. We are governed by idiots.

More to do with bad governance than Brexit?

Again Doctor King,unemployment and pay,taken in its broader context...not flash headlines...we are doing very nicely...'Despite Brexit'

tradingeconomics.com/united-kingdom/unemployment-rate

'The unemployment rate in the UK fell to 4 percent in the three months to November 2018, its lowest level since the 1970s and slightly below market expectations of 4.1 percent. '
 
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#185736
'M'

Re:Nissan... Brexit... more lose jobs 2 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
Not Brexit the decline of the diesel car is the main reason the other new vehicles were going to be moved to Japan I think Brexit has just been thrown in the mix
 
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#185738
PaulB

Re:Nissan... Brexit... more lose jobs 2 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
Apparently, Nissan are moving production to Japan away from Europe altogether.
They are retrenching in Japan under their new Board. They believe the imprisoned Carlos Ghosn neglected Japan at Nissan’s expense.

The media have locked onto the story as another way to further manipulate the Brexit saga.
 
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#185749
Turkeys Vote For Christmas

Re:Nissan... Brexit... more lose jobs 2 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
Silent Minority wrote:
JK2006 wrote:
Looks like 7000 will lose jobs - all down to Brexit and "government assurances"... what an almighty mess this is. So stupid. We are governed by idiots.

More to do with bad governance than Brexit?

Again Doctor King,unemployment and pay,taken in its broader context...not flash headlines...we are doing very nicely...'Despite Brexit'

tradingeconomics.com/united-kingdom/unemployment-rate

'The unemployment rate in the UK fell to 4 percent in the three months to November 2018, its lowest level since the 1970s and slightly below market expectations of 4.1 percent. '


employment these days means working a few hours each week. Misleading statistics are an abomination and quoting them to fit a narrative is even worse.
 
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#185754
Barney

Re:Nissan... Brexit... more lose jobs 2 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
PaulB wrote:
Apparently, Nissan are moving production to Japan away from Europe altogether.
They are retrenching in Japan under their new Board. They believe the imprisoned Carlos Ghosn neglected Japan at Nissan’s expense.

The media have locked onto the story as another way to further manipulate the Brexit saga.



Untrue. Nissan are in an alliance with Renault and Mitsubishi - and their hands are tied on most models.


 
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#185767
Silent Minority

Re:Nissan... Brexit... more lose jobs 2 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
Turkeys Vote For Christmas wrote:
Silent Minority wrote:
JK2006 wrote:
Looks like 7000 will lose jobs - all down to Brexit and "government assurances"... what an almighty mess this is. So stupid. We are governed by idiots.

More to do with bad governance than Brexit?

Again Doctor King,unemployment and pay,taken in its broader context...not flash headlines...we are doing very nicely...'Despite Brexit'

tradingeconomics.com/united-kingdom/unemployment-rate

'The unemployment rate in the UK fell to 4 percent in the three months to November 2018, its lowest level since the 1970s and slightly below market expectations of 4.1 percent. '


employment these days means working a few hours each week. Misleading statistics are an abomination and quoting them to fit a narrative is even worse.


Yawn...

The way the stats were collected before Brexit is similar to now....jobs were the same rubbish then as now....the point I made is proved....go back and dig up Bernard Mathews...he'd vote for xmas too...
 
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