'Flurry' of Christmas sales expected

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UK retail sales failed to grow in November, adding to fears that consumers are reining in spending ahead of Christmas.

They had been expected to bounce back after October's shock 0.8% fall.

The British Retail Consortium's director general Helen Dickinson told BBC News that she expected a "flurry of last minute activity" as Christmas approached.

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