UK price pressures: “No-deal Brexit in October would present the worst of all worlds,” warns BRC boss

The warning comes as the BRC–Nielsen Shop Price Index for May 2019, indicates that price rises are here to stay. However, some food prices are “steady” or even “slowing.”

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