“I have no idea how negotiations will affect my business and in what ways, so I have no plan in place. With regards to food costs, if they continue to escalate then we will probably have to pass on some of the cost to our customers by raising our prices in the shop,”
Simon Badrock, a food retailer who owns Burrito Picante, a small food outlet in Altricham Cheshire.
“The day the results came out I was an undergrad at University of Essex and I could feel a buzz/unrest on campus and we had a talk with our chancellor where we were told not to panic. The conversations from that day onwards changed. Be it at a social or academic space, it came up in conversations all the time,”
Ankita Gupta, a masters student at University of London.