Apparently people in the UK are shocked to discover that shop shelves will be empty after only a few days.
This comes to no surprise to me, and it should’t to anybody else. Below some pictures I took of what supermarkets in Scotland looked like last winter, when slightly heavier than usual snow interrupted the just in time supply chain for only 3 days:
The difference is that snow melts, Brexit doesn’t.
So if you support hard Brexit, months of not years of food and fuel shortages is a price you must be willing to pay. And the is not fear-mongering, just an inevitable consequence: