UK car industry warns of £55bn no-deal Brexit hit

“Automotive is nothing if not determined, adaptable and resilient, yet, as the clock ticks ever closer to midnight on Brexit negotiations, the competitiveness and employment we need get back to growth – green growth – hangs in the balance,” said the group’s chief executive, Mike Hawes.

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