Shelves across the UK could be left bare if the government does not issue additional investment to secure a customs deal with the EU. In a report published this morning, the British Retail Consortium (BRC) has warned that without wider recondition of the complexities of trading with the EU, the availability of affordable quality products in the UK could plummet. The report highlights two key points which could mean that goods like food, which needs to be transported quickly, could be held at customs in ports for two to three days leaving shelves empty.
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UK shelves could be left empty without good Brexit deal