Brexit has added £100 a year to every Brit’s shopping bill at supermarket | The Mirror

​Brexit border checks on goods have forced up prices as food firms have to hire thousands more staff to wade through the new red tape, … Read More <img src="https://brexitcarnage.org/wp-content/plugins/feedzy-rss-feeds/img/feedzy.svg" title="Brexit has added £100 a year to every Brit’s shopping bill at supermarket – The Mirror” /> 

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    £100 a year is a drop in the ocean compared to the effect of the falling value of the pound against the dollar in which many products are priced.
    Similarly the fall in the value of the pound against the euro has led to a rise t
    in the price of things imported from the EU.
    Conversely the added difficulty of paperwork and checks has prevented us taking advantage of our low exchange rates to increase exports to the EU.
    Just look at the performance of the NI economy ,which is in the CU and single market,to see what the rest of the UK is missing out on.

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