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


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.