Outside The Eurozone, But Britain Is Still Struggling
By: Philip Reeves
November 27, 2011
Britain opted out of the euro, but it's by no means protected from the eurozone troubles. Declining demand on the continent means fewer British exports. The picture is particularly bleak in places like Hull — a port city with one of the highest rates of youth unemployment in Britain.
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