From Cary Mitchell - Best for Britain <[email protected]>
Subject Empathy, not empty shelves
Date September 16, 2021 7:19 AM
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Dear John,

Empty supermarket shelves have become a post-Brexit staple.

UK Trade & Business Commission has recommended solutions - Add your name in support

Supplies in UK shops continue to fall short. The lack of delivery drivers is pushing haulage costs up and supermarkets may be forced to pass on food price increases to customers.

It seems Brexit and its consequences continue to wreak havoc on some of Britain’s most vulnerable. This, at a time when inflation is projected to rise to more than 4% and claimants face the end of the £20 a week uplift to Universal Credit.

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Sign the petition and put pressure on the government to make real changes. Let’s make them listen, and fix post-Brexit food insecurity.

Next week, the UK Trade and Business Commission will publish its interim report. Best for Britain is proud to be the Commission’s secretariat.

In this report, which is based on six-months of evidence gathering, the Commission will highlight barriers and difficulties that British industries are facing with post-Brexit trade. The report recommends practical solutions which would allow the Government to alleviate the worst effects of food insecurity.

Help us make them listen.

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Today, I’m asking you to support our new campaign, which urges the Government to remove the Brexit-induced barriers to food security and reverse the cuts to Universal Credit. 

To make your voice heard and to let the Government know that we mean business, sign our Food Poverty is not a Fair Trade petition. 

Best wishes,

Cary Mitchell,

Director of Operations, Best for Britain


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