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Here’s the latest postulating on what might happen in the wake of Brexit, where nothing very much has happened since the referendum six weeks ago. It’s hard to shake off the feeling that a lot of people are now wishing that everybody could just quietly forget this thing ever happened and let life get back to normal. In the unlikelihood of that actually happening, Barclays Bank has carried out a survey of retailers in the UK and how leaving the EU would impact they supply chains – the stand-out figure is that it could result in considerably more domestic sourcing of goods, and understandably so give the recent Sterling-Euro exchange rate. What remains unclear to us here at The Loadstar is just what goods retailers expect to be able to source from the UK.

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