With the United Kingdom sadly offering less opportunities to better yourself, and with house prices continuously rising faster than the rate of the average wage, more and more people are taking the big plunge to sell up and make a new life abroad. And with the quality of life in popular destinations such as Australia, Canada and Spain so much better than in the UK, not to mention the warmer climate, who can blame them? But what happens when you leave your favourite shops behind? Thankfully, UK Shopping Worldwide has the answer to all your prayers.
Despite the usually higher retail prices than other countries, there’s something unique and friendly about shopping on the British high street. Yes, the United States may have their huge shopping malls, and the likes of France and Italy play host to some of the best designer fashions around, but the feeling of a group of friends taking a walk down the street, popping into Marks & Spencers before moving on to Top Shop or Dorothy Perkins takes some beating.