Flower imports to the UK could become Brexit: why business in England's most 1 day ago   02:47

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Tariffs and increased border checks in the UK could lead to increased prices of flowers imported from the Netherlands. …
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Mark Taylor
And this is critically important because...?
Nigel Johnson
If UK imports become expensive again, maybe the UK can revive it's flower growing industry that was once very strong.
Over the last thirty years the UK industry has almost completely disappeared. The biggest problem is that the farmland that was once dedicated to growing flowers in he UK is now under concrete and part of some poor quality housing estate.
john hansberry
Alternatively...the UK could import directly from Kenya...just like the Dutch do.
W G
OH MY GOD ! DIDN'T THEY HAVE FLOWERS BEFORE EU ? JUST GRASS AND ISLAND APES ?
TheMarker2015 L.S
Lies.
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Brexit: why business in England's most Flower imports to the UK could become 1 day ago   05:44

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