UK retailers demand Brexit deal after worst September on record

Consumers holding off from non-essential purchases due to uncertain outlook, says BRC

Retailers have urged the government to secure a Brexit deal with the EU after their latest health check of high street and online spending showed the weakest growth since the survey was launched in the mid-1990s.

The British Retail Consortium – the trade body for shops, stores and digital suppliers of consumer goods – said a 1.3% drop in sales in September meant the annual increase in activity had dropped to just 0.2% – its lowest level since 1995.

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