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Brexit part 3/5: Will Britain have enough food?

By Andrew Connelly

With only six months to go before it is due to leave, the British government is still locked in often acrimonious negotiations with the EU about the terms of its departure.

If it leaves without a deal, food industry experts are concerned that the current quick flow of food imports to Britain may become severely disrupted.

In the third of a five-part series on the possible consequences of Brexit, Andrew Connelly reports from the frontline of food politics.

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