I have just done a search using the above wording. If you wish to read on this subject you could do the same search, Normally I would post all the links on here (as I have done frequenty in the past on other threads). But my computer is 'playing up' and won't let me do that at the moment.
So if you can't/won't comment on anything I assert unless I post links then there is an obvious way for me to stop you responding.. Thanks for letting me know. Toodle loo.
@burneside in that case ("without details I can't comment") I can only assume that we will hear no more from you for sometime. Toodle pip.
@burneside - no of course we don't know what the post brexit deals will be, but that shouldn't stop any of us being aware of the pros and cons before agreements get made.
I wonder how Welsh lamb and Cumbrian lamb farmers will respond to large imports of cheaper NZ lamb. (and what is better for the planet? to eat food grown at, or very near to, home, or to eat food flown in from the other side of the world?).
Courtesy of Google, I have just read that article. Sorry can't post link to it (or to anything else for that matter) as for past few days I have been unable to copy and paste anything onto this website. So can only say that having read the article , it emphasises again to me, that the British UK farming industry could be under threat in post Brexit Britain. Farmers of the UK arise! You ...
@burneside Nothing to say then about post Brexit trade deals potentially threatening the UK farming industry?
@flo - Quite! @majorp - If people can't afford to eat because of rising prices then they will eat what they can afford. Which is what is already happening. Lots of processed foods with added sugars,hydrogenated fats and salt. @burneside - Perhaps the author has seen the light . And the i does not have a clear anti Brexit agenda - it has contributions and readers from and ...
Let's open up negotiations on that. Do a trade perhaps. What are your thoughts on the impact of food prices in the UK should we end up with a No Deal Brexit scenario.
So we import a lot of stuff (like 80% of our imported food) from the EU. So tariffs on this food would presumably make it more expensive for us to buy in our shops. More from the same article: " If we unilaterally dropped tariffs to zero, in the expectation that the EU would have to follow suit, we would have to do the same for all trade agreements anywhere in th e world, something ...