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Introducing your post-Brexit Christmas dinner

Wine is going to be a nightmare—but at least we've got plenty of potatoes

By Stephanie Boland  

Will Brexit change the cost of a Christmas dinner? Photo: Prospect composite

We’ve talked about how Brexit will affect immigration, the banking sector, our passports, airline prices, and Erasmus. But how will it affect our Christmas dinner?

Sit down, pour yourself a snowball (with help from the Dutch) and let’s dig in…

Chlorine Turkey

We’ve all heard of chlorine chicken, the US Department of Agriculture-approved treat that could be served up on British plates once your poultry industry is free of petty EU regulations.

As lecturer Simon Dawson…

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