When the UK goes on sale again, you can still get groceries online – but not at supermarkets
A post shared by The Daily Telegraph (@dailytelegraph) January 27, 2019 Source: The Daily Mail /Twitter /Twitter 1/5 The Daily Express supermarket in London.
Photo by Mike Coates/Getty Images 2/5 A supermarket in Birmingham.
Photo: Andrew Milligan/Getty 4/5 People buy groceries from The Daily Post online shop.
Photo taken on January 25, 2019.
Photo copyright Getty Images/Reuters 1/6 A shopper buys groceries at The Daily Star supermarket in Manchester, England.
Photo via Getty Images 2 /6 A customer uses the Amazon Prime store to buy groceries at the UK’s largest online retailer.
Photo courtesy of The Daily Mirror/Getty 3/6 People buy at The Sun newspaper online shop in Liverpool, England on January 26, 2019, on a Sunday.
The newspaper reported that the internet would become the major source of food and drink in the UK for the first time in decades.
Photo credit: PA 4/6 Food at The Times supermarket in Reading, England, on December 1, 2018.
Photo /Getty 5/6 Customers at The Telegraph supermarket in Nottingham, England purchase groceries at a new online store on January 28, 2019.(AFP / Getty Images) 1/7 People buy food at The Star supermarket.
Photo supplied by The Star via Reuters 2/7 A shoiler checks out food at a supermarket in New York City, New York on January 27.
Photo from Getty Images /Reuters 3/7 The Times newspaper online store in Liverpool is seen in the background.
Photo provided by The Times via Reuters 4/7 Customers at a grocery store in Newmarket, England use the Amazon App to buy food on January 29, 2019 during a supermarket holiday.
(AFP /Getty Images) 5/7 British Prime Minister Theresa May holds a press conference at Downing Street in London, Britain, on January 30, 2019 to discuss the UKs decision to exit the European Union (EU) ahead of the formal Brexit negotiations.
The Prime Minister is to address the nation at an event on the eve of the official Brexit date of February 26.
The UK has been in a state of deep uncertainty over the outcome of its Brexit negotiations after May announced her intention to trigger article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, a process by which it leaves the EU without having to invoke Article 50 of its Lisbon Treaty.
The decision to quit the EU is seen by many as the final nail in the coffin of the EU, with May having promised to leave the bloc without a deal to leave by March 2019.
(Photo by John Stillwell/Getty Image) 1 /7 A man uses the internet to check out food in a supermarket, in London’s Borough Market on January 21, 2019 (AFP Photo/Getty) 2/ 7 A shoicker checks out at a convenience store, in Leeds, England in January 20, 2019 after an internet outage caused by a power outage.
(Reuters/Darren Staples) 3/ 7 An employee at a local supermarket in Leeds on January 20.
(Getty Images/Darron Gibson) 4/ 7 Customers use the internet in London to check for delivery of groceries on January 23, 2019 in London.(AFP Photo) 5 / 7 British Prime Minster Theresa May (R) shakes hands with her European Union counterpart, Donald Tusk (L) and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker after meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin on January 22, 2019 Getty Images 6/ 7 People wait to buy milk at a market in the southern German city of Gelsenkirchen on January 19, 2019(AFP Photo / Daniel Acker) 7/ 7 British PM Theresa May arrives for a news conference in London ahead of Britain’s formal Brexit talks on January 18, 2019 EPA 1/ 7 The Daily Sun supermarket in Liverpool.
Photo issued by The Sun via Reuters on January 24, 2019 2/ 8 People buy their groceries from the UK online shop at the supermarket in the centre of London, on February 1, 2019 ahead of a nationwide general strike.
The Times said it would be the UK first online supermarket to offer delivery of food to customers.
Photo/Barry Sheppard 3/ 8 Customers use Amazon Prime to buy foods at a London-based Amazon Prime Store on January 11, 2019 at an online market in east London.(Reuters/Simon Dawson) 4 / 8 Customers look at groceries at an Amazon store in London on January 12, 2019 with a message for shoppers about the UK exit from the European Common Market.
(AP Photo/Matt Dunham) 5 (© AP Photo/Michael Steele) 6 / 8 A woman holds a poster with messages from people to be delivered to the European Parliament during a demonstration in Brussels, Belgium, January 21 , 2019.
REUTERS/Yves Herman 7 / 8 British Prime Minsiter Theresa May listens as European Commission president Jean- Claude Juncker delivers a speech during a news briefing in London January 20 to discuss