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Delays caused by added bureaucracy following Brexit and other international situations such as the war in Ukraine are leading to shortage of medicines, with pharmacies scrambling to offer replacements so as not to keep their clients without the items they need.
A seafood restaurant in Portstewart says the rising cost of fuel, combined with Brexit complications means it cannot get fish.
A seafood restaurant in Portstewart has announced it will be changing its menu after running out of fish this week.
It comes as Brexit means fall in crops and fewer British products in supermarkets. / Leaving the EU has led to a decline in crops and fewer home-grown products on the shelves of Britain’s supermarkets, farming chiefs have warned, reports The Independent.
Potato industry says it will take years to fill gap in Irish potato seed market following ban on UK seed.
Before Brexit most of Britain's seasonal crop pickers came over from eastern Europe.
Two in three British pharmacies are struggling daily to source painkillers, cancer drugs and other vital medicines, research shows, as the availability of pharmaceuticals becomes increasingly uncertain.
Keith Cooper examines how access and scaffolding companies are coping with the twin crises of rising material costs and labour shortages.
PRESSURE is mounting on the BBC after the broadcaster was accused of editing out a reference to Brexit in a clip about food shortages.
Swimming pools face having to close because of a shortage of chemicals needed to chlorinate the water.
The government is exploring a controversial further delay to post-Brexit checks on imports from the EU because of growing alarm that they will exacerbate the cost of living crisis.
Some suppliers ‘cannot be bothered to fill in the additional paperwork’ and have decided to stop sending goods to the UK.
Shoppers said basic fruit and vegetables were missing in supermarkets across the country.
Brexit and Covid blamed for shortages.
A UK business spoke about having no choice but to raise the prices of its goods as trade between the UK and the EU becomes increasingly difficult, ITV News Reporter Martha Fairlie reports on New Year's Day 2022.
Britain has been outside the EU’s legal regime for a year and has faced a number of impacts.
Post-Brexit restrictions could be a cause of incoming food supply disruption, with stricter EU rules potentially causing shortages thanks to changes to customs declarations on goods entering the UK.
THE SNP has warned that households across the UK are set to feel the “bitter bite of Tory Brexit” this New Year, with a significant number of people concerned about food prices, shortages and delays to gifts due in part to Brexit.
After leaving the EU's single market with its free movement of people, goods, services and capital, he says: "We are fishing in a smaller pool."
"Where do you think the raisins come from? Chester?"
Paolo Arrigo from Seeds of Italy is going viral on Twitter.
With the pandemic worsening supply chain problems and UK worker shortages caused by Brexit, there’s a chance we may need to adapt our Christmas dinners this year.
End-of-life patients being cared for at home are having to wait for bedsore-relieving equipment, one family member has said.
Retailers and farmers explain what shoppers should expect as Brexit and supply chain problems bite.
New polling suggests a large number of Brits blame Brexit for impending Christmas supply chain chaos.