The growth of the British economy has defied expectations over the past year, and the motor vehicle industry epitomises this level of performance more than most.
One of the points raised by the Remain camp during the EU referendum debate last year was that Brexit risked sending the property market into a spiral.
With hostilities surrounding the Brexit negotiations commencing in earnest this week, Europe and the United Kingdom, at least politically, seem to be worlds apart.
“No more boom and bust!” was the repeated battle cry of then-Chancellor Gordon Brown, as Labour swept into power in 1997. It turned out to be a questionable statement on numerous levels