As a trailing consequence of the no-deal Brexit, it is likely that deficient transportation and logistics infrastructure is likely to affect Britain's food and drug production and distribution channels. Post the declaration from Britain PM, Johnson who has affirmed the formal exit of Britain from European Union after Oct 31. According to opinion leaders, a No-Brexit deal will entail a league of challenging reparations such as food scarcity.
Owing to Britain's dependence on other EU nations for essentials such as uninterrupted food supply, Britain, post a no-deal Brexit agreement would potentially witness staggering decline in its steady food supply. Owing to multiple checks and scanty logistics support, Britain would certainly be short of commodities and would also witness multifold hikes in food prices. Stiffening visa norms are likely to further impact travel plans and tours across EU for UK citizens, thus significantly lending a blow to travel and hospitality sector. Besides acute food shortages, Britain is also anticipated to face some rough grounds in proper storage of perishable food products in the absence of workable logistic support and insufficient food transport across EU.
Additionally, fluctuating real estate prices could hit ar bottom low with several investors pulling away, thus rendering tangible bottlenecks in the housing and construction sector. Additionally, the no-deal Brexit is also supposedly going to contribute tangibly towards high mobile phone bills owing to applicable roaming charges.
Besides this ensuing post Brexit challenges, the country has already faced tremendous financial burden caused by other former Brexit deadlines, earlier this year. Several stakeholders in UK food and beverage industry are willing to make some flexible amendments in competition laws in order to sail the tide amidst unprecedented challenges post Brexit.