Britain’s factories are thriving with growth the highest it has been for years.
The IHS Markit/CIPS manufacturing purchasing managers’ index has seen the industry with a reading of 58.2, the highest since August 2013.
A weaker pound has made UK-manufactured products a more attractive proposition for those how want to buy from overseas.
British factories are on a hiring spree to keep up with demand, providing more jobs.
This is the latest in a long line of incredibly strong figures for British factories, with companies now seeing their biggest number of new orders since 1988.
More good news the Remoaners will ignore…