Gilets Jaunes changed my shopping habits

Stores will be packed with shoppers this weekend

The gilets jaunes have had an unexpected effect – they have forced me to reduce my shopping and it’s turned out to be a good thing.

It started a year ago when the roadblocks began in the lead-up to Christmas and I couldn’t get to our local “shopping village”.

The roads were jammed and, after 45 minutes in a stationary line, I turned round and went home without ...

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