Marks & Spencer chair Archie Norman has signalled the likelihood of higher food prices later this year and lambasted “pointless” rules affecting business in Ireland following Brexit.
Norman told BBC’s Radio 4’s Today programme that food price inflation could reach 10% and also condemned the bureaucracy involved in transporting foods to Ireland – and Northern Ireland, because of its shared border with the Republic.
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