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I see a satellite of a man ... Galileo, Galileo, Galileo, Galileo, that's now 4 sats fit to go


Growth rates

A high growth rate is easier to acheive if you start from a low number than when you starting-point has centuries of growth behind it.

A high growth rate is also hard to consolidate with stringent safety-, environmental- and labor-rules.

Freed of all of these, both the EU and the UK could much more easily acheive growth numbers similar to those acheived in Asia today. However; Is this a rabbit hole that we WANT to enter?

I have so far been under the impression that NHS at al is something that the UK wants to keep?

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