Shops clear empty shelves to make space for new batch of missing goods



Shops up and down Britain are clearing their empty shelves to make space for goods they won't get from the EU.


"It's been a busy time", said a sweating Ron Jenkins who runs a supermarket in Clacton. "For the last year I've had shelves full of nothing because we didn't get any deliveries, now I've got to clear the shelves where I would keep bread, if I had any and make space for anything that comes from the EU."


Michael Gove explained how Brexit was solving the driver shortage; "If you can't get goods from the EU, then not having drivers to deliver them won't be a problem - it's beautiful how these problems solve themselves."


Image: jbarsky0/Pixabay



310 views0 comments