Once again, I managed to get everything on my food shopping list this week.
The usual remoaner suspects trying to use every blip to blame Brexit eg. take the energy price rise: a Europe/worldwide issue:
From even the remoaning BBC (they tried to hide it in the small print of course though):
With Brexit we can now properly invest in Britain's energy resources rather than rely on imports.Are gas prices rising in Europe?
The rise in global wholesale gas prices has been felt across Europe.
Some suggest Brexit has meant the UK is at a disadvantage when it comes to getting the best deal.
When it was in the EU, the UK was part of the Internal Energy Market which can enable countries to access electricity more smoothly and at lower cost.
However, the way gas is traded has been largely unaffected, which means leaving the EU has not had a significant impact.
Countries that rely heavily on imported gas, such as Italy and Spain, have been particularly hard hit. Their governments have directly cut prices and raised taxes on energy company profits respectively.
The price cap has meant the UK's gas bills have until now been typically lower than the EU average.
Driver shortage, equates to more high paid jobs for Brits. So much for job losses mentioned by remoaners, now a million jobs available. Well done fellow Brexit freedom fighters, I salute you