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The term ‘no-deal’ Brexit refers to the scenario below. The UK leaves the EU, without an agreement on a future relationship and trade with the EU: There will be no deal in
place between the UK and EU for how future trade will work and how the supply of everyday consumer goods (such as food and medicines) and services (such as flights) would continue. The UK would be subject to the same trade rules as other countries that don't have a specific deal with the EU. With that in mind, what kind of impact do you think a ‘no deal’ Brexit would have on consumers?
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