SAY it quietly for now, but it looks like good times might just be here again. I'm not only referring to the fact that we can finally go down to the pub again. * Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest updates Though that's no small thing. There are other signs that suggest life might be about to get back to normal. Or even better. The vaccine rollout in the UK has been an unbelievable success, with Britain leading almost every country in the world in vaccinating the public. The number of deaths caused by Covid-19 is the lowest since last year. And as the economy begins to get going again there are green shoots in our country, small for now, but growing. Figures released yesterday by the Office for National Statistics show that output in our country grew 0.4 per cent in February compared with the month before. Trade is used to adapting Although there was a drop in exports in January when new Brexit border controls came into effect, a month later there was a rise in exports of £3.7 billion. In specific areas such as food and live animal exports — trade subject to new post-Brexit… Read full this story
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