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Supermarkets in the UK have been 'hurt horribly by Brexit' as they grapple with the dwindling supply of fruit and vegetables, Sainsbury's former CEO has told LBC.
Three big retailers are placing limits on shoppers on some produce lines. What is behind the rationing?
Britain is suffering from the “catastrophic” impact of Brexit and should consider a closer trading relationship with the EU, according to the Asda chair.
The full consequences of the UK’s exit have been “clouded” by the Covid crisis, war in Ukraine and global slowdown, he said. /
System working ‘broadly as Leave advocates promised’, say think tanks’ report. / Post-Brexit immigration rules have led to a shortfall of around 330,000 workers in the UK and had helped fuel inflation, according to top economists.
‘The project is probably now unsalvageable’, says former PM’s old employer. / The Conservatives have made such a “hash” of Brexit that the project is probably “unsalvageable”, according to Boris Johnson’s favourite newspaper.
Brexit has been "catastrophic" for British businesses and the country has "suffered" as a result, the chairman of Asda has said.
Supermarket chief slams move aimed at pleasing ‘small minority who hark for the past’. / Arts minister Stephen Parkinson gave incorrect answers when Kay Burley asked him to convert ounces and grams into pounds.
Tory peer Lord Rose criticises ‘backwards’ proposal as business department launches 12-week consultation.
Six supermarkets that provide three-quarters of Northern Ireland’s groceries have urged the UK government to take action to keep trade flowing when a Brexit grace period ends in October.
What has changed in the 31 days since the UK left and how has it impacted consumers and businesses?
New Brexit arrangements have caused disruption to fresh produce reaching supermarket shelves in Northern Ireland, some of the leading shops have confirmed.
British government’s lack of clarity on EU trade deal ‘could limit fish, dairy and meat range’.
Big names KFC, Pret, Lidl, Co-Op, M&S, Waitrose, Sainsbury's, Asda and McDonald's have signed a damning letter warning food supplies could run short - read it in full.
The warning comes after similar cautions from the country's leading supermarkets.
Prices will soar and border delays will halt fresh food imports following the "shock" of a no-deal Brexit, Britain’s major supermarkets have warned.
Items to disappear from supermarket shelves and prices to increase if UK crashes out of EU, group including Lidl, the Co-op, Pret a Manger and KFC say.