On The Money | ‘How will the Felixstowe port strike impact the UK economy?’

On the money | 'how will the felixstowe port strike impact the uk economy? '

GBNews published this video item, entitled “On The Money | ‘How will the Felixstowe port strike impact the UK economy?'” – below is their description.

‘Felixstowe is only the ninth busiest port in Europe…if this eight day Felixstowe strike is extended, or spreads, then the fallout for distributors, retailers and other businesses, as well as shoppers, could be extremely serious.’

Today, On The Money, Liam Halligan asks ‘How will the Felixstowe port strike impact the UK economy?’

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