Brexit: Will the borders be ready?

“Some gaps are possible but we’re not going to run out of food – that’s not going to happen” says Ian Wright, chief executive of the Food and Drink Federation, who adds that if there was no deal, and tariffs were imposed, things would become difficult for a while.

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