What does Brexit mean for you? Shopping, mobile calls, flying, driving …

Big changes to our lives, and livelihoods, and on their way from 1 January when the transition period ends

Will I see prices rise at the supermarket?

There had been warnings that products such as meats, dairy and cereals sold in the UK could have faced tariffs of as much as 50% under World Trade Organisation rules. But the deal means there will be no tariffs on products sold between the UK and the EU, allowing companies on both sides to keep trading in a similar way to now. This should prevent price rises and keep shelves stocked.

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