Trader blames Brexit for soaring price of fish.

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The price of a container of imported fish has jumped by £11,000 – just don’t mention the B word!

An icon was born in Manchester yesterday after a fish trader sarcastically dismissed the impact of Brexit on her business.

New admin fees and customs charges on products to the UK from Europe have massively disrupted the industry post-Brexit, with the price of fish going through the roof as a result.

One trader in Manchester said the price of a container of bass or bream has gone from around £3,000 pre-Brexit to £14,000 now.

The clip has since gone viral on social media, with Alastair Campbell saying the shift in price is being “called out by those paying the price, but not by the politicians who are supposedly there to serve the public interest.”

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