Food prices could rise between 5% and 10% if there is a disorderly Brexit, the Bank of England governor, Mark Carney, has warned.

Mr Carney told MPs that in the most “extreme” case, prices would rise by 10%, but in a less severe scenario the increase would be about 6%.

The Bank of England and its governor have attempted to assess the impact of Brexit on several occasions.

All its assessments have seen it as a potential

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