WATCH: Brexit broke this shop that has been standing for decades - 'It is a terrible mistake', says owner

Dale Carr. (Deutsche Welle)
Dale Carr. (Deutsche Welle)

An English woman who owns a shop selling British goods in the German capital is ready to retire and she is blaming it on Brexit.

Brexit is affecting people's lives across Europe. One such person is Dale Carr, the owner of Broken English that has been selling groceries and souvenirs for 24 years.

"It is a terrible mistake that the UK is making. I simply do not understand the politics behind it or what they possibly think would be better," said Carr who started a clearance sale.

DW's Linda Vierecke has more.

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