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Latest statistics from the retail sales in July 2016 showed an overall increase in growth by 1.6% despite Brexit fears – and there could be an opportunity for further growth for UK businesses, according to one expert in Retail and Wholesale at Wilkins Kennedy LLP. The fall in the value of Sterling will have caused anxiety among businesses, but as currency value pushes up supplier costs from overseas, some could look closer to home for alternative sources. Phil Mullis, Partner and Head of Retail and Wholesale, commented: "It looks as though the UK has enjoyed a post-Brexit spending splurge. Prices continue on a downward path, so the volume increases show that there were some bargains to be had this summer."
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On 23rd June 2016, British voters went to the polls to cast their vote in the historic EU Referendum. Based on a 72.2% turnout, a majority voted to leave the European Union with 52% of the vote, against 48% to remain.
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