Brits are set to blow a record-breaking £1billion online today in the pre-Christmas shopping spree dubbed Cyber Monday, reports the Daily Mirror.
Experts predict that this year the nation’s consumers will shed their austerity shackles in a massive buy now, pay later splurge.
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