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Millions of consumers face higher food costs and restricted travel in the event of a no-deal Brexit

MailOnline Thursday, 11 October 2018
Millions of consumers face higher food costs and restricted travel in the event of a no-deal BrexitPainting a dismal picture of no-deal Brexit Britain, Which? said increasing numbers of people are concerned over the possibility of higher energy bills, food prices and transport costs.
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