Cyber Monday: we British are finally ahead on our Christmas shopping

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Cyber Monday: we British are finally ahead on our Christmas shopping
1st December 2014

British shoppers are for once ahead on their Christmas shopping as Cyber Monday hit, with it estimated consumers spent an £100 billion online.

Tim Robinson from Doddle explains why commerce is global now, and how online retailers are pushing US shopping habits to the UK.  

Julia Hutton-Potts from eBay tells us how Brits have "gone for it" over the weekend as eBay have had their busiest weekend of the year. She also explains why e-commerce doesn't necessarily spell the end for the highstreet, as shoppers enjoy doing both. 

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