249-year-old embroidery business faces the future

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249-year-old embroidery business faces the future

A 249-year-old embroidery shop says it's facing challenges for the future. 

Hand and Lock has been based in London for the last two centuries, but like any local business, globalisation and advances in technology have brought worries. 

Workers say they're facing challenges from mass-produced embroidery from places like China and India, where machines and cheaper labour have made the process a lot faster. 

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