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A clothes shop tries to sell the last of its stock before closing down on February 1, 2012 in Stoke-On-Trent, England. Staffordshire has borne the brunt of the economic downturn with the loss of 21,100 manufacturing jobs which have fallen from 74,200 in 2006/07 to 53,100 in 2010/11, the highest in the UK according to a survey by the GMB union.

Brits have suddenly stopped shopping — and it’s a worrying omen for the economy

"Even once we take account of these seasonal distortions, the underlying trend in sales growth is heading downwards," the British Retail Consortium's chief executive Helen Dickinson said in a statement.

Britain’s retail sector got crushed in December — and Black Friday is to blame

"Consumers continue to move Christmas purchases earlier with higher spending in November and lower spending in December than seen in previous years."
Shoppers carry bags in London, Britain August 25, 2016.

UK retail sales growth slows to its worst performance in almost 4 years as Brexit inflation hits hard

The Office for National Statistics released its latest data on the state of British retail on Thursday.

UK retail sales jump as shoppers ignore Brexit-driven price increases

The Office for National Statistics released its latest data on the state of British retail on Wednesday.

UK retail sales jump as hot weather sends Brits to the shops

The Office for National Statistics released its latest data on the state of British retail on Thursday.

Retail sales tank as Brexit hits the pocket of regular Brits

The Office for National Statistics released its latest data on the state of British retail on Thursday.