On stuff we might go short of in April or
Should we rely on the shops to do the stockpiling?
If this is to do with Brexit, and trading, I am sure that we will be fine and will be covered.
Stockpiles of certain items won't last anyway, some items may not keep long enough to be stockpiled, and most items will still be readily available, even if it costs a little bit more.
You’d have to have a heck of a lot of space considering what we import. If Mays deal goes through there will be no need as any goods entering circulation ie shipped for import will be done under intra community rules. With up to 3 years to sort out trade there shouldn’t be a need. If they can’t sort out the NI border issue stuff will be able to enter via the backdoor so to speak.
Its only if we have a no deal crash out scenario will it all go belly up. Mays deal may not be sale of the century but, and I will have to go and clean myself after saying this, she’s done ok. It’s a common sense practical solution that gives us extra time to sort out the details.
I cant u defat and the objections from those who voted Leave. If they are prepared to put up with a few years of pain to get it right why not put up with just 3 years of EU rules with some concessions, no shock to businesses or the economy in general and done and dusted by June 2022? Instead they seem to want to chop their own arms off for a more uncertain outcome,
No stockpiling here...not yet anyway. Plenty of time for that. People will be distracted by Christmas and New Year for a bit yet