Global Politics

Why Brits Aren't Especially Bothered About Going Over the Fiscal Cliff

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Reuters

Christmas shoppers walk along Oxford Street in central London December 20, 2012. British retail sales were flat in November, despite a boost from tablet computers, reflecting still weak consumer confidence and increasing the chance that the broader economy will contract in the final quarter of 2012. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT)

We get reaction from Brits hanging out on this holiday in an East End pub.

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They're not happy about the potential for a global economic fallout, but they also don't believe it will actually happen.

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