In response to today's statistics on the price of every day items, Kyle Taylor, Director of Smart Brexit said:
"Prices for every day items are at their highest since October 2014, according to figures released today. This is largely because of an increase in the cost of transport and clothing, meaning the price of filling your car up at the petrol station and buying school clothes for your children is becoming more expensive. This is at time when people’s pay packets are low and they can’t afford to pay out more for necessary products. The government should fight for a Brexit plan that aims to keep prices low otherwise a great many people will suffer as a result."
You can see the statistics here