Brexit Britain’s international trade in goods and services has INCREASED since leaving the EU

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‘Every day I am glad we are now free to govern ourselves’ is the opinion of Sir John Redwood as new figures show Britain’s international trade in goods and services has increased since voting to leave the EU.

The new report from CIBUK.Org and Facts4EU shows UK exports of goods and services since the Leave vote and thereafter have increased, not fallen as Rejoiners claim.

The report states: “It doesn’t matter what time period you take, nor whether you use ‘current prices’, or ‘chained volume measures’ to take out the effect of price rises. In all cases Brexit Britain’s international trade is up.”

The report has received the stamp of approval from Sir John Redwood MP who said:

“Our trade is up after leaving the EU. Remainers thought it was all about trade and made false gloomy predictions. For optimistic and positive leavers it is about so much more than trade. It is about getting our country back.

“Every day I am glad we are now free to govern ourselves again. It would also be good to make and grow more at home to cut our import dependence on the EU.”

The report explains:

1. Using ‘Chained Volume Measures’ (to take out the effect of price inflation)

  • UP 9.3% – Since the vote to leave on 23 June 2016 – UP
  • UP 2.6% – Since UK left the EU’s ‘transition period’ on 31 Dec 2020 – UP

[Source : Office for National Statistics – latest official figures up to end Sept 2022.]

© Brexit Facts4EU.Org 2022

2. Using ‘Current Prices’ – actual value of exports in each time period

  • UP 41.0% – Since the vote to leave on 23 Jun 2016 – UP
  • UP 16.0% – Since UK left the EU’s ‘transition period’ on 31 Dec 2020 – UP

[Source : Office for National Statistics – latest official figures up to end Sept 2022.]

© Brexit Facts4EU.Org 2022

For the original report, click here: https://facts4eu.org/news/2022_dec_rejoin_devastated

For more from CIBUK click here.

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  1. In all honesty, Chained Volume Measures is the most revealing of true performance, and it is very pleasing to see that this has increased since Brexit. It would probably have increased even if we had not left the EU, but the point is that Brexit has NOT damaged our economy – as the lying Remainers/Rejoiners keep claiming.

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