U.K. car output to collapse on no-deal Brexit: industry

Union Flags fly in the town of Boston in Lincolnshire, northeast England, April 18, 2019. Boston registered Britain's strongest support for Brexit but nearly three years on in the town transformed by eastern European immigration, integration is still a struggle. The Brexit gridlock has left Leave voters furious in the town where 75.6 percent voted to leave the European Union. And the farms and food processing factories surrounding the town -- almost exclusively dependent on immigrant labour --

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Daily Star on May 01, 2019, on page 5.




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