Mule ewe grazing on spring grass © Tim Scrivener© Tim Scrivener
Economists have clashed over whether Britain should open its doors to tariff-free food imports after the UK leaves the European Union. It follows a report which suggests Brexit could boost the UK economy by up to £135bn a year – worth about £5,000 a year to the average UK household. Due to be published in full this autumn, the 50-page study by Economists for Free Trade (EFT) suggests says the boost could also be accompanied by an 8% drop in […]
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