The post-Brexit trade deal is proving a nightmare for many of those who had convinced themselves that quitting the European Union would work in their favour, not least the fishing industry and supporters of the Democratic Unionist Party.

But there is one sector that had long feared it had much to lose from Brexit that appears to have emerged relatively unscathed. According to the boss of Nissan, who had previously warned of the possible closure of the Japanese carmaker’s assembly line in Sunderland, Brexit might even be an opportunity, if not for the sector, then certainly for his business. His plans, announced last month, not only to keep Sunderland open but boost production of electric batteries there have provided a rare moment of positive post-Brexit



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