Lords committee suggests businesses could go bust and year-round supplies be at risk

Shoppers face a significant rise in food prices if the government fails to secure a free trade deal with the European Union, peers have warned.

In a bleak assessment of the impact of Brexit, the Lords EU energy and environment subcommittee suggested grocery costs would rise, businesses could go bust and year-round supplies be put at risk.

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