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My Shop: Polish deli owner on her fears after the referendum

Since Polish people gained the right to work and live in the UK in 2004, many 'Polish shops' have sprung up around the country, selling imported Polish products.

Video journalist Dougal Shaw went to visit Elena Hrabovenska, who has a mini-empire of three Polish shops in Cambridgeshire. She explained her fears for the future, but also showed a message from a customer which gives her hope.

This video is a part of a new series from the BBC Business Unit called My Shop. The series profiles independent shops that follow a distinctive business model. To suggest a shop email us. For the latest updates about the series follow video journalist Dougal Shaw on Twitter.

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