Government shutdowns are a disaster for the United States and the world.
In fact, it’s a pretty big deal.
So, if you’re in the United Kingdom, it may not be too hard to imagine what the impact would be on your local economy.
According to the National Bank of Scotland (NBS), the UK’s economy contracted by 4.2% in the first half of the year.
That’s a drop of nearly 8%.
It’s the third-worst slump in British economic history, behind the 2008-09 recession and the 2009-10 financial crisis.
It’s an unprecedented downturn in one of the largest economies in the world, and it’s hitting businesses hardest.
The economy has been downgraded by the NBS, as well as many other major financial institutions, including Goldman Sachs, the Royal Bank of Canada and the Barclays.
In a recent report, the Bank of England warned that a “significant global slowdown” is looming, and warned that the U.K. is likely to be the biggest economy in Europe and Asia to contract in the coming years.
The impact could be devastating.
has a $1.3 trillion debt that it’s borrowing to pay for everything from the Pentagon to the military.
And, it has one of our worst job markets.
According the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the unemployment rate in the U, the country that was the first to sign the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal, is more than twice as high as the U., which is a whopping 10.9%.
And if you think the economy is hurting, think again.
In June, the Bureau found that the UK unemployment rate had risen from 6.2 to 8.2%.
The U of A has a jobless rate of 2.5%, the lowest rate in Canada.
According an analysis by the University of Calgary’s Scott Armstrong, the UK is the country with the highest jobless rates in the industrialized world.
The United States has the lowest unemployment rate of 1.8%.
So, it is possible that the Brexit vote in Britain could have a significant impact on the UK economy, as it will lead to a drop in demand for its services.
This could hurt the economy, particularly in industries that are reliant on foreign workers.
In addition, the government shutdown is likely a boon to businesses, which would be impacted by a reduced workforce.
The government shutdowns have been blamed for a decline in sales, especially in food and food-related businesses, as businesses are forced to close down.
As businesses close their doors, they will also be forced to lay off employees, many of whom are working for the government.
According a report by the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, these workers have been forced to work more hours and pay more for the same pay.
This has led to the job losses and lower earnings.
This is a major drag on the economy as well.
According some estimates, this will lead the U of S economy to contract by 4% in 2021.
If the U doesn’t see a drop, it could see a decline of more than 2%.
The UK is a nation of retirees, and many retirees would lose their jobs if the government shuts down.
According one survey, 62% of Brits over 65 said they would consider leaving the country in 2021, up from 41% in 2015.
The UK also has a large and growing population of people who are dependent on the government for their income.
As a result, many retirees are being forced to find other ways to make ends meet.
If this happens, the economy could be badly hurt.
The National Bureau of Economic Research estimated that the United Nations estimates the annual economic cost of the shutdown to be more than $2 trillion.
The report states that it will take the U S economy nearly a year to recover.
It will likely take years to recover from a global recession, which has been going on for more than a decade.
That means that the world economy could go through a severe recession, and the US. could have the worst downturn in history.
This recession has had a significant negative impact on our economy, the U and the rest of the world and the effects will only get worse.
There is an estimated 1.5 billion Americans who are living paycheck to paycheck.
According data from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, there are 3.3 million people who live paycheck to paycheck, according to the Bureau.
In order to survive, these people are going to need to find ways to pay their bills.
The biggest risk of a global financial crisis, according the NBB, is that the financial system collapses.
Inflation will be extremely high, as many businesses will need to shut down, and as businesses and consumers will be forced into a severe cash crunch.
There are also concerns about the effects on health care, food and housing.
The NBS says that in 2021 the NHS is expected to lose $3.6 trillion.
This represents a 7%