We quite naturally complain about the fall in value of sterling locally because it has hurt the buying power of British tourists and of course pensioners who receive an income from Britain. But the fall in value of sterling just might save the British economy. Factory output and orders have risen dramatically over recent months and Britain continues to welcome a record number of tourists. In fact London was the top holiday spot for Majorcans this bank holiday week. A low pound is obviously good news for British exports and at the same time makes imports more expensive. A low pound is good for Britain.