Sunderland’s Brexit vote justified by Nissan’s £1bn investment, Business Sec tells GB News

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Sunderland’s decision to vote for Brexit has been justified by the new £1bn investment from Nissan, Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng told GB News.

The Japanese car manufacturer will build a new electric model and huge battery plant in the UK in what will be a massive boost for the automotive industry.

More than 1,600 jobs will be created in Sunderland and an estimated 4,500 in supply companies as part of the investment.

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