Airlines, car manufacturers… they’re queuing up to tell Theresa May the harm that Brexit will do.

What a shame she can’t listen. She has been painted into a corner by David Cameron and must now carry the can for the worst decision in British political history.

Britain’s biggest carmakers such as Jaguar Land Rover cautioned Prime Minister Theresa May that their plants would become more expensive and complicated to run if Brexit creates barriers to trade.

Ahead of Britain’s exit, the world’s biggest car companies are grappling with how they will import millions of components from around the world and then export cars made at British factories to European clients after a Brexit transition ends.

At stake is the future of one of Britain’s few manufacturing success stories since the 1980s: a car industry employing over 800,000 people and generating turnover of £77.5 billion.

Source: Preparing for the worst, UK carmakers warn of Brexit trade barrier costs

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