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London restaurants face a world of pain in 2017

They see rising ingredients costs from a weaker pound post-Brexit vote, higher property taxes from April and labour issues as strong headwinds

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London restaurateurs are looking to the future. And many don't like what they see.

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LONDON restaurateurs are looking to the future. And many don't like what they see.

"As a restaurant operator, 2017 terrifies me," said Russell Norman, co-owner of the Polpo, a popular mini-chain of Italian restaurants. "It really could be a perfect storm."

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