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'It's Brexit, it's Covid, it's like torture': The many ghosts haunting traders at Manchester's night market

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Sign up for our daily newsletter to get the day's biggest stories sent direct to your inbox "It's just one thing after another." There is a palpable sense of frustration in Mariella Gabbutt's voice as she describes the struggles her industry is currently facing.

An intense passion too, as she opens a polystyrene box of salmon, scraping away the crushed ice the fish was laid under to hold it up and showcase its quality.

J+B Wilde, based in Openshaw's historic New Smithfield Market, has now been in her family for over 100 years. READ MORE: Gas crisis and CO2 shortage explained - What is causing gas price rise and what does it mean for carbon dioxide supplies and food production? The former Smithfield Market on Shudehill in the city

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