"It’s very difficult to date for manufacturers to see any benefit from leaving," an organisation representing thousands of businesses has said.
"I have been running restaurants for the best part of 30 years and I have never before closed a service due to staff shortages. The problem is not Covid, but Brexit," a reputable pub owner has said.
It comes after a difficult 18 months for the often-unsung people who have helped to keep the nation fed during the pandemic.
“This is an admission that far from ‘teething problems’, the government expects supply problems from their rushed Brexit deal to continue indefinitely," Best for Britain's Naomi Smith said.
“He took away all our local advice services, thousands of local police officers, he reduced funding for refuges, took away access to justice, he made a killing from his failures, we had to suffer because of them," Jess Phillips said.
Charity Open cages said "you cannot sell them in your store, profit off their deformed, weak bodies, and then claim to take animal welfare seriously."
This really hasn't aged well.......
“We are also deeply troubled that this company could further profit from the disease their products have caused by now selling therapies to the same people who were sickened by smoking PMI cigarettes," said the American Lung Association.
Shoppers have been left angered at the lack of food available in supermarkets across Britain, blamed on Brexit, a shortage of workers and 'pinged' workers.