The Brexit Diet day 1

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Introduction

The pound has fallen to a 31 year low. Our chancellor is going begging to Wall st. for them not to bankrupt us. But it look like it’s no use and Stirling will be devalued perhaps permanently. This is good news according to the brexiteers because our exports will be worth more; this may be true but Britain mostly imports more than it exports. This includes a large proportion of our food raw materials. Food prices are set to rise across the board because petrol will automatically be more expensive however the increased prices are likely to be higher on food that has foreign ingredients.

How then, is one on a low income, supposed to surf this expensive wave? It makes sense to focus on home grown food rather than imported. This means a focus on local eating. All hail The Brexit Diet.

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