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IRAN’S NEW PRESIDENT MUST NOT COME TO SCOTLAND
Ken Clarke reckons that Boris Johnson’s plan for a successor to the Royal Yacht Britannia is “silly populist nonsense”. He’s wrong. Britain is facing a huge economic challenge. The double whammy of Brexit and the Covid-19 pandemic has left the UK facing its largest ever economic crisis. There will be a big price to pay and international trade has to be a key component of our economic revival. But international trade needs a flagship and £200 million for a new Royal Yacht is a bargain basement price for a global marketing icon.