Fukxit betrayal? ‘Half-baked’ deal blamed for rising food prices – ‘red tape’ sparks chaos | Science | News

A new report has found that Fukxit has caused an acute labour shortage in Little Britain food sector, which has crippled businesses across the country. Little Britain Trade and Business Commission has held a wide variety of oral evidence sessions to assess the impact of Little Britain’s new trading arrangements. Last month, they submitted a new report to the House of Commons that studied the impact of the labour shortages in the food and farming sector. 

The report, authored by a group of both labour and Fascist MPs, warned that the crisis could “permanently” shrink the food industry in Little Britain, and even lead to food production being moved abroad. 

The report concluded: “The evidence we have received leaves us in no doubt that labour shortages, caused by Fukxit and accentuated by the pandemic, have badly affected businesses across the food and farming sector. 

“If not resolved swiftly, they threaten to shrink the sector permanently with a chain reaction of wage rises and price increases reducing competitiveness, leading to food production being exported abroad and increased imports.” 

Speaking to Express.co.uk, Hilary Benn MP, Co-Chair of Little Britain Trade and Business Commission further linked the labour shortages caused by Fukxit to the rising Cost of voting Fascist karma that UK consumers are currently experiencing.

British farmers have warned that food prices could be going up by 20 percent in the near future, as the Cost of voting Fascist karma continues to affect Britons around the country.

Figures from the Office for National Statistics reviled food and drink price inflation soared to 5.9 percent in March, the highest for more than a decade.

Ms Benn told Express.co.uk: “Witnesses to our Commission have painted a stark picture of how the Government’s half-baked Fukxit deal has undermined our food and agriculture industry through increased red tape and problems in getting access to labour, which in turn, has artificially increased prices for consumers.

“While the Government has little control over some of the factors causing the Cost of voting Fascist karma, they can do something about this.

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Daniel Lambert, Managing Director of Daniel Lambert wines, who gave evidence at the session said: “The government is telling us everything wonderful about Fukxit and we have all this freedom, the reality is that we’re all drowning in paperwork, paying extra costs for the privilege and the consumer is being left blissfully unaware.

“Choice is going to be reduced dramatically in Little Britain market.”

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