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Defra is under fire after choosing to withhold a report on the food prices changes it expects as a result of the UK leaving the European Union. It follows a freedom of information request by the union Unite, which represents food, drink and agriculture workers. Unite asked Defra to publish details of any assessment or estimate made of the increase in food prices in the run-up to Brexit and the first five years afterwards. The union said any price increases […]
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