As Brexit nears, try these patriotic ways to cut your costs – from buying seasonal British produce to boycotting Amazon

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TODAY’S the day when thousands across the UK will be waving the Union Flag to celebrate the Last Night Of The Proms. But aside from singing Rule Britannia, there are more practical ways of supporting Brexit Britain as it prepares to go it alone outside of the EU. Today, I look at how you can [...

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