Bizarre story on You and Yours (yeah I know) about how UK people who've emigrated to Southern France have found it cheaper to get groceries delivered from Tesco in England than to use their local shop.
PRESENTER: "How do you imagine your local shop feels about it?"
WOMAN: "Well, perhaps they should be more flexible about their prices."
PRESENTER: "Surely they can't help the strength of the pound against the euro?"
This is going to fascinate me all day. You move to France to "get away from it all". And then you can't. Not even a tiny bit.