The head of the British Sandwich Association (BSA) has been accused of ‘scaremongering’ for outlining the potential disruption to the pre-packed sandwich supply chain …
Fergus Linehan said he could not see how a “terrible mess” could be avoided in 2019
When it comes to the UK’s supply chain, preparations for a no-deal scenario are non-existent.
Fears over the impact visa restrictions could have on Britain’s cultural sector post-Brexit have been raised by a House of Lords report.
“Any tariffs placed on fish are likely to either jeopardise small local businesses, that operate on small profit margins such as fish and chip …
Even the free movement of musical instruments could end, says one composer
Without frictionless trade and unfettered access to key skilled workers after Brexit, there will be significant impacts on consumers.
Around 10% of the workforce is affected, with the practice confirming the figure was “less than 20” staff.
Michael Ward, Harrods’ managing director and Walpole’s chairman, warned government ambiguity over leaving the bloc “is stifling the British luxury industry”.
The government’s recently-unveiled doomsday no-deal scenario predicts severe food shortages within two weeks of leaving the European Union.