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CEP Brexit analysis

Brexit and consumer food prices: May 2023 update

Brexit continues to affect the UK economy. The results in this report are updates to the original study of Bakker et al. (2022), showing that higher non-tariff barriers due to Brexit are affecting food price inflation and costing households in the UK.

While the original paper used data up to January 2022, this report updates the dataset through to March 2023. The methodology is otherwise identical so for more details please consult the original paper.

Jan David Bakker, Nikhil Datta, Richard Davies and Josh De Lyon

24 May 2023     Paper Number CEPBREXIT18

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This CEP Brexit analysis is published under the centre's Trade programme.

This publication comes under the following theme: Brexit