After leaving Brexit, UK citizens will have less income and consumption power than Poles in the future, experts point out. This reality may happen as early as 2030. The news warned the British that high inflation, labor shortages, supply and economic stagnation would be felt directly.
Left-wing parties in the country believe the British have only seven years left to be “poorer” than the Poles. Other economists and leaders indicate that Poland’s GDP per capita will be higher in 2038, given International Monetary Fund (IMF) projections and growth averages over the past 20 years.
The British economy is forecast to contract by 0.6% this year. According to the Office for Budget Responsibility, household disposable income will fall 4.3% between 2022 and 2023, the most in a historical series that began in 1956.
In addition to the severe economic crisis, the lack of doctors and nurses after the country’s exit from Brexit has led to the emergence of many protests and strikes that are increasingly growing across the country.