Brexit breaks breakfast? Hard Brexit could mean hard luck for fry-up fans

Dearer imported ingredients such as Spanish juice, French butter and Danish bacon will raise the price of a family breakfast by £3, says KPMG

Shoppers would be forced to pay £3 more for a traditional British fry-up if the government fails to secure a trade deal with the EU, piling more pressure on already cash-strapped consumers.

A typical basket of ingredients for a family breakfast could rise by almost 13% from £23.59 to £26.61 according to a report by KPMG.

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