No need for Brexit stockpiling, retailers reassure consumers

Retailers have urged customers not to panic buy ahead of Brexit

Retailers have urged shoppers not to stockpile food because of Brexit fears as talks about a trade deal stumble on.

Over the weekend, as an initial Sunday deadline for negotiations between the UK and EU loomed, government ministers reportedly told grocers to build up supplies of food and other essentials in case no deal was struck.

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