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'What we're seeing is a revolution': How the internet is remaking the British High Street

British High Street in flux as shops close, sales fall, and visits decline; The rise of online shopping is to blame, with traditional retailers struggling to adapt; But experts say High Street will adapt — expect to see more coffee shops in supermarkets, DJs in clothes stores, and other "experiences" to draw people in. LONDON – The British have always loved shopping — Napoleon dismissed the English as a "nation of shopkeepers" as far back as the 1800s.
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