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Kudos to May for her neo-industrial strategy for the UK

It's time for Britain to recover its manufacturing prowess after ceding supremacy to Japan. By Anthony Rowley

TURNNG THE TIDE: Britain's former world-renowned manufacturing skills were not so much "lost" as thrown away in the decades following WW II. The new premier aims to correct that.

AS SOMEONE who has lived for 25 years in Japan where monozukuri (manufacturing) has been a tradition and almost a religion since the Meiji Restoration of 1868, I was happy to learn on a recent visit to my home country, England, that our new prime minister, Theresa May, has opted to emulate Japan...