3 thoughts on “Brexit could slash food prices – but only if we make it a free-market Brexit”

  1. Posted 19/10/2016 at 08:56 | Permalink

    If only the LibDems were truly liberal. Alas, they tend to be anything but.

  2. Posted 19/10/2016 at 19:46 | Permalink

    I agree with this article 100%. If the U.K. were to remove the tariffs on imported goods, it would give an incentive to foreign producers to want to send their products to the U.K. This would lead to more competition in the marketplace, which in turn would benefit the U.K. because they could choose the cheapest option and save themselves as well as their customers money.
    – Moses Gutierrez

  3. Posted 19/10/2016 at 19:47 | Permalink

    If the U.K. were to remove the tariffs on imported goods, it would give an incentive to foreign producers to want to send their products to the U.K. This would lead to more competition in the marketplace, which in turn would benefit the U.K. because they could choose the cheapest option and save themselves as well as their customers money.

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