Brexit has led to staff shortages, friction-ridden trade and empty shelves and petrol stations.
Global inflation, gas price rises and supply chain failures are being amplified in Britain as a result of bad deals the government has made on behalf of the British people.
The Government is refusing to take responsibility for its failings.
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More than this, our Government is compounding all these problems by pushing people further into poverty. It is quickly turning into an acute cost of living crisis.
Universal Credit has been cut and National Insurance has been increased. Lower and middle-income workers are seeing their living standards squeezed. All the while, the cost of basic necessities like food, fuel and gas continues to rise, with no support in sight for those struggling to meet these costs.
If you’d like to read more about this issue, our Senior Campaigns and Policy Officer Maheen Behrana has written an article <[link removed]> exploring how the Government is driving people into poverty.
In the article, she considers what the alternatives to this cost of living crisis are, and looks to the examples of our friends and partners around the world for what we ought to be doing.
Find out more about why we’re campaigning for fair trade, not food poverty.
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