PM’s economic plan gets short shrift

Tim Martin

The logic behind Boris Johnson’s plan to build a high wage, high skilled economy has been described as “cobblers” by Wetherspoon chairman Tim Martin, as the prime minister shrugged off labour and supply chain shortages as an inevitable part of the post-Brexit transition process.


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