UK prices are £200 cheaper per household thanks to EU free trade

A report by the London School of Economics (LSE) reveals households could save up to £200 on lower prices per year thanks to EU free trade agreements. 

The LSE report also finds that British households are set to benefit from further savings from future trade agreements with the US and Japan, with their proposed trade deals worth an additional £238 to every household in the UK through cheaper prices in UK shops. 

Britain remaining stronger in Europe is crucial to keeping lower prices in UK shops, protecting family finances. 

You can read the full LSE report here.