This has always been part of the plan. In any trading relationship the smooth running of any agreements relies on the good will of both sides. This is usually self regulating unless you are deliberately trying to fuck things up, this is the case now as both sides want to see the UK in difficulties to force some kind of 're-entry' into the EU.
Exactly, it is in the interests of the UK government to fuck with the economy by fucking with trade.Well I said sort of, since the UK can't be arsed to implement the checks it insisted on by leaving the Customs Union...
Apart from they are deliberately not passing on the cost to the consumer...Exactly, it is in the interests of the UK government to fuck with the economy by fucking with trade.
As foxgolfer says, the drop in trade and business will be borne by the low paid and 'ordinary people' not the elites.
What he doesn't say is that this is deliberate and a punishment beating for daring to vote the wrong way in the referendum.
Inflation dear boy...Apart from they are deliberately not passing on the cost to the consumer...
Customs charges...Inflation dear boy...
It will hit all regular people, as will shortages that will be brought about by stagnation of the economy. It has already started, supply chain problems lead to layoffs, energy prices are going up as indeed are taxes, bit by bit people will be squeezed into poverty, not too quickly or too many people might wake up.
Are mostly trivial in business terms. it is the deliberate obfuscation and capricious application of the rules that is the problem.Customs charges...
2016 - “Theres no downside to Brexit”Save Christmas!
The prime minister has put Michael Gove in charge of “fixing” Britain’s food supply chains, quipping that he “doesn’t want to have to cancel Christmas again”.Inwww.thetimes.co.uk
That is like putting the chief 'scrumper' in charge of the orchard.2016 - “Theres no downside to Brexit”
2021 - Michael Gove brought in to guarantee our food supplies
What could possibly go wrong ?
Ive noticed There’s quite a lot missing in the chilled food aisles and bulky stuff like bottled drinks .Strange, I still havent come across any “food shortages”.
Me neither but a restaurant we were in a week of two ago had a couple of items 'off' due to non deliveries.Strange, I still havent come across any “food shortages”.
AFC . We agree on something!!Me neither but a restaurant we were in a week of two ago had a couple of items 'off' due to non deliveries.
So far we have been absolutely fine, only real issue is a lack of reasonable carbonated water, our soft drink of choice. Talking about British brands, Highland Spring and some of the nicer supermarket stuff. drinking M&S at the moment, not the best but ok.