The Government should work to diversify supply chains to increase resilience by making it easier and less expensive for UK supermarkets to import produce from all over the world.
Obesity is a complex problem, and squeezing low-income households with mandatory price hikes won’t solve it.
From supermarkets and sugar taxes to surgery, there are a broad range of options at the Prime Minister’s disposal to get Britain’s weight under control.
A supply-chain shock poses similar problems when it comes to feeding the nation, but it says something very different about the British people.
The current situation is not sustainable, and undermines competition and business development in the food sector to the detriment of both consumers and producers.