Frost admits Britain needs 'benefits of Brexit to start paying off’
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OECD statistics for the last quarter of 2021 stated that the UK’s unemployment rate for Q4 2021 was 4.1 percent, compared to that in the Eurozone which stood at 7.1 percent for the same period. Express.co.uk readers praised Brexit Britain’s record with one reader called wych1 saying: “Our unemployment is the lowest in Europe and still falling in spite of the decline in most EU countries.” As of April 2021, the EU countries with the highest unemployment rate were Greece and Spain. In Greece, the unemployment rate was 16.3 percent, while in Spain the rate was 15.6 percent, the two highest unemployment rates in Europe for April.
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