Christmas is always a busy time for retailers and this year will be absolutely no different. As such, Brexit fanzine the Sunday Express may be over-reaching a little with its front page urging readers to consider this Christmas a triumph for Brexit.
Yes, lots of money is being spent, but putting aside the fact sales were always going to be sky high at Christmas time, it's also worth remembering many things now cost more thanks to Brexit, including things people buy more of at Christmas, from groceries to toys to high-tech gifts (see: Brexit and price hikes push up the cost of Christmas for Britons).
And yes, there may be more people visiting shops, particularly in London, but that is in part due to the attractiveness of the UK and the devalued pound which has taken a beating post-Brexit. The UK's economic decline has made it a designer outlet store for foreigners (see: Tourist spending in UK surges after pound's Brexit slump).