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Retail Armageddon

In December it started to become apparent that a decision had been made to step-up preparations for a no-deal Brexit amid uncertainty over the fate of Theresa May’s proposed exit deal. With only two months until the UK formally withdraws

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Hoisting The Sales

MY LOCAL SHIP’S CHANDLERS CAN BE QUITE BUSY ON THE GROUND FLOOR. This is where they sell anti-foul paint, varnish, binnacles, line and life jackets. On the first floor they have sailing shoes and clothing. Just the other day, the

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Below The Breadline

Stuart Farr explores the factors – such as 400-year-old laws – which are contributing to the demise of the high street. The proposition that the High Street is disappearing isn’t really all that new. For some years now, many of

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Posted in Comment, Legal

Down, but not out

February: Not a month known for plenitude among the gun trade, writes Colin Fallon. After a strong autumn and a Christmas period that, if it wasn’t filling every retailer with glee, at least kept things moving and saw some good advertising rates, this traditional weakest

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