Joules mulls hiking prices for shoppers to offset rising Brexit costs

Fashion retailer Joules has warned it is considering increasing prices for consumers as it revealed that Brexit had disrupted exports and could cost it an extra £1m per year.
Joules said that, despite its preparation for the end of the transition agreement, exports to certain EU markets had suffered, with Germany being particularly impacted.
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