No bananas for Boris after Brexit as Brits stock up on loo paper

15 September 2019 - 00:11 By ALISTAIR SMOUT and NOOR ZAINAB HUSSAIN

Britain is unlikely to run out of essentials such as toilet paper in the event of a no-deal Brexit but some fresh fruit and vegetables could be in short supply and prices might rise, supermarket bosses warned this week.

Retailers John Lewis and the Co-operative Group, as well as the government's reluctant publication of a report late on Wednesday, shed light on what shoppers might expect to find, or not find, on supermarket shelves after October 31...

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