Leading figures within the British food industry have asked the government to revamp its competition laws, in anticipation of a no-deal Brexit. The aim is to ensure that businesses will still be able to efficiently coordinate supplies amid potential disruption.
New Prime Minister Boris Johnson has, of course, suggested that the UK will leave the EU on October the 31st with or without a deal. With funds to the tune of four billion pounds having been set aside by his cabinet in recent weeks to help assuage the fears of many within the House of Commons who would prefer the country to depart the bloc with a divorce bill.

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