Bad news, LEGO prices are going up and people are blaming Brexit

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Prices of LEGO will go up by an average of 5% in Britain next year because of the continuing devaluation of the pound in the aftermath of the Brexit vote. 

A LEGO spokesman told Mashable that the measure will be effective from January 2017. “This is purely because of the currency,” he said in reference to the fall in sterling’s value after the EU referendum in June. 

LEGO doesn’t set prices in individual shops but the increase will affect LEGO Stores across the UK, the spokesman said. 

In November, LEGO’s largest Store was opened in London’s Leicester SquareRead more…

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Source: Mashable

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