Brexit sobers up the UK

That the Brexit will change a lot of things in the UK has already been predicted. But people who voted pro Brexit have claimed to be mainly unhappy with one particular change: imported wines will cost them on average 22% more in 2025 than now.

James Rogers is especially frustrated: “I have voted for that darn Brexit after digesting a couple of French, Spanish and Portuguese wines. How am I now supposed to make decisions in the future?”

The inflation in price for the wines also means a steep decline in alcohol consumption for the Brits. Sam Allardyce shares his disappointment: “The pleasant, British drinking ambiance belongs to the past. Unfortunately, we will now see more and more serious people on the streets.”

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Originally published at on May 28, 2017.

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