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Why retreating from globalisation is not the solution to Britain’s economic problems

Tomas Hirst explains why the U.K. cannot blame globalisation for decades of domestic policy failure. Image: REUTERS/Toby Melville

Tomas Hirst

Editorial director and co-founder, Pieria magazine

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