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In Ñspel: The Guardian view on Brexit and the economy: time to face facts

‘Britain’s severance from EU markets is a wound that needs healing.’ Photograph: Getty
‘Britn’z sevṛns fṛm YY marcits z a wūnd ɖt nīdz hīlñ.’ Foṭgraf: Geti

Ɖ Gardịn vy on Brexit n ɖ icoṇmi: tîm t fes facts

(Transcription of an editorial published in the Guardian on 4 November 2022)

Dnayñ ɖ cost v līvñ ɖ YY cīps Britn loct in a sîcl v fōlñ livñstanddz n rîzñ angr

Frîde 4 Nvmbr 2022

Ɖr mst cm a tîm ẃn ɖ cost v Brexit z rec̣gnîzd bî a Britiś guvnmnt, bt ɖt de z nt iminnt. Īvn ẃn ɖ icoṇmi n mîgreśn r tū v ɖ most prominnt topics v dbet, a rịlistic acǎnt v ɖ Yṛpiyn dmnśn t ɖoz iśuz z tbu fr Cnsrṿtivz hu stl wer ɖer epic poḷsifoli az a baj v onr.

Indipndnt obzrvrz rêz ɖ consiqnsz v Britn’z dparćr fṛm ɖ YY, az Marc Carni, formr Banc v Ñgḷnd guvnr, dd on Frîde ẃn h obzrvd ɖt it wz a factr drîvñ preśr fr hayr inṭrestrets. Mr Carney wnt frɖr, pôntñ ǎt ɖt ɖ YC icoṇmi hz śrunc reḷtiv t similr Yṛpiyn stets. Ɖr z mć dbet amñ icoṇmists abt ɖ bst sttisticl meźr t dscrîb ɖt ifct, bt nt mć dspyt on ɖ unḍlayñ fact ɖt Brexit hz md Britn purr, az ɖ rmencampen sd it wd n ɖ līvcampen dnaid.

Ɖ valy v strlñ dropt az sn az marcits rsivd ɖ reḟrendmvrdict in Jūn 2016 n hz nt rcuvrd. Ɖ dvalyeśn dd nt brñ ɖ upsîd in mor cmpettiv xports ɖt mt hv bn xpctd. Tred wɖ Britn’z nirist n rićist nebrz hz bn saḅtājd bî wɖdrwl fṛm ɖ YY custmzyńn n sngl marcit. Brexit ivanɉlists md improbbl proṃsz v compnseśn fr ɖ los v frix́nlis bordrz wɖ Yṛp via fri-tred dīlz arnd ɖ glob. Ɖ YS wz ɖ most īgrli antiṣpetd partnr. Ɖt hz’nt hapnd. Ɖr r no tōcs in Wośñtn t mc it hapn.

Ɖ riyl p’liticl impeṛtiv cīpñ Britn ǎt v ɖ sngl marcit wz nt tred bt iṃgreśn. Endñ fri muvmnt v lebr wz an axịmatic rqîrmnt fr “tecñ bac cntrol” v ɖ bordrz. Tōc v an ic̣nomic dǎnsîd t ɖt dsiźn wz dsmist bî Cnsrṿtivz az part v insidịs pro-Bruslz rvanś. Nǎ Britn fesz lebrśorṭjz, ẃć limit biznis xpanśn, harm prodctivti n cnstren groʈ. Ćocñ of līgl mîgreśnrùts hz bròt no p’liticl diṿdnd fr ɖ Tōriz. Ɖ parti’z rît wñ z stl obsest wɖ bordrcntrol, foc̣sñ instd on smōl-bot crosñz n viḷfayñ refyjīz fr dẹrñ t sīc asîḷm in ɖ YC.

Ɖs tù wz pridictd. Tori Yroscepṭsizm z an unstebl cọliśn v fri-tredñ libṛlz n culćṛl naśṇlists, wɖ ɖ latr dictetñ ɖ ton v dbet n ɖ spīd v flît fṛm ic̣nomic riaḷti. A hunt fr scepgǒts ẃn ɖ project felz t flfil its ytopịn proṃsz z intrinzic t naśṇlizm. Ɖt z ɖ grim paʈ dǎn ẃć Mr Sūnac’z parti z dsndñ, rgardlis v ẃɖr ɖ prîm̦inistr himslf planz it ɖt we. Ɖr z a sbstanśl risc ɖt anɖr sîcl v bujit osteṛti wl hesn ɖ dsent. Cuts t srṿsz on top v rîzñ livñcosts wl dgred ɖ public relm n cōz angr ɖt ɖ Tōriz wl, f rīsnt hisṭri z a gîd, adres bî mīnz v sinicl dflex́n, blemñ enwn bt ɖmslvz.

Mr Sūnac z trapt. H canot gv an onist aprezl v ɖ neśn’z ic̣nomic pridic̣mnt, sins dwñ so wd mīn abandnñ vaḳs reṭric arnd Brexit “oṗtyṇtiz”, recgnîzñ instd ɖt Britn’z sevṛns fṛm YY marcits z a wūnd ɖt nīdz hīlñ. Osteṛti 1.0 mnt biznis invstmnt wz slo t rtrn t prīcraś levlz. Hvr, it wz frozn aftr ɖ reḟrendm, bfr tecñ a Covid-sîzd hit. Ɖ upśot z ɖt līvñ ɖ YY hz cōzd loñ-trm scarñ t ɖ cuntri’z pṛductiv cpaṣti n cmpettivnis. Aṣnîn miṇstirịl dnayl v ɖt riaḷti z a frɖr dteṛnt t invstmnt. Ic̣nomic dclîn stǒcz p’liticl voḷtiḷti, ẃć mcs rcuṿri hardr. Ɖt viśs sîcl wl b brocn ẃn Britn hz a prîm̦inistr hu z wilñ t dīl in facts abt Brexit n set pniśs fix́nz asd. Riśi Sūnac, it sīmz, z nt ɖt man.

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