SCOTLAND is suffering a “cost of living with Westminster crisis”, it has been claimed, after stark reports revealed the full impact of Brexit on soaring inflation and food prices.

The trade agreement between the EU and the UK came fully into force one year ago today.

Research last week revealed the impact of the new barriers on trade, including a six per cent increase in food prices in the UK, according to the London School of Economics’ Centre for Economic Performance.

Other studies, produced by think-tank UK in a Changing Europe, concluded there has been a “clear and sizeable” drop in imports from the EU following the implementation of the UK-EU trade agreement.

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