Brexit food prices: '£300 bonus per family'
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Brexit Food prices: '£300 bonus per family'

Could Brexit without a deal see shortages on supermarket shelves and higher prices – as some in the food industry are insisting?

Owen Paterson is Conservative former secretary of state for environment, food and rural affairs. He told the Today programme that removing tariffs would reduce food prices - but failing to reach a deal would lead to "difficulties".

  • 20 Sep 2017
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