Associated Press
Britain High Street Lows** Lorraine Turton, managing director of the Greenwich Communication Centre internet cafe poses for photographs outside her premises on Trafalgar Road in Greenwich, London, Tuesday, March 5, 2013.  The small shopkeepers in Greenwich are running out of time.  In the London borough that gave its name to Greenwich Mean Time, businesses like Lorraine Turton's are in danger of being relegated to history _ the victims of online shopping, changing tastes and, increasingly, the protracted recession. Her Internet cafe on Trafalgar Road is a rare hive of activity on a "high street" _ the British name for a town's main business district.  (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)

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