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Food industry warns of higher prices without EU workers
The UK faces higher food prices without continued access to EU workers, 30 food and drink associations have warned. In a letter published in the Guardian, they argue that EU workers play an important role in the supply chain and some are already ...
Food prices to rise without EU workers, industry warns  
Friday newspaper round-up: Food prices, McDonald's, Brexit  
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They were told about the risks but the temptation to gamble is so hard to resist, especially when you think you know more than you really do, and the price looks as though others have got it wrong.
The British economy has received a post-Brexit vote of confidence from one of America's best known companies after McDonald's announced it will move its non-US operations to London, abandoning its base in Luxembourg.
Beleaguered Southern rail passengers have been warned services will be "severely reduced" on Friday following three days of strike action.
HOUSE price rises are at their strongest level since April, as the market shrugs off warnings it would be hit by Britain's vote to leave the European Union (EU).
The shop workers' union has accused Marks and Spencer of further damaging relations with its staff over a bonus incentive scheme for top bosses.

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