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“No-deal” Brexit risks to retail: Empty shelves, food price spikes, warn UK supermarkets

As UK MPs prepare to vote later today on amendments to Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal, some of the nation’s largest retailers have joined forces to warn government that a “no-deal” scenario threatens the UK's food security in the short-term – as shelves could be left empty and food prices will spike. This is the latest in a series of warnings over the potential impacts a “no-deal” would bring to the food and drink industry which is enormously susceptible to the trading challenges that a Hard Brexit presents.

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