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Marble Arch "hill" to open when all Covid restrictions ease June 21

Marble Arch “hill” to open when all Covid restrictions ease June 21

A 25m climbable artificial hill at Marble Arch as part of a wider £150 million revamp of Oxford Street has been granted planning (...)
Tesco B&Q staff abuse ACS BRC Home Office

Retailers join Home Office to launch campaign against staff abuse

Tesco and B&Q are among retailers that have teamed up with various trade bodies, the Home Office, charity Crimestoppers and unions, in an effort to launch a new campaign to reduce staff abuse.
51% of retailers have no ethnic representation in boardrooms

51% of retailers have no ethnic representation in boardrooms

The lack of ethnic and gender diversity in retail board rooms has been laid bare in new research from Korn Ferry.
Charity shops urge Brits to stop donating "disgusting" or "broken" items

Charity shops urge Brits to stop donating “disgusting” or “broken” items

Charity retailers have urged Brits to stop donating "disgusting or really badly broken" items at their network of shops after a deluge (...)
MusicMagpie plans £208m flotation on London stock market

MusicMagpie plans £208m flotation on London stock market

Online retailer MusicMagpie has unveiled plans for a £208 million stock market flotation.
Retail CEOs join forces to champion staff wellbeing

Retail CEOs join forces to champion staff wellbeing

Over 20 retail leaders and experts have joined forces with industry charity RetailTrust to champion the health and wellbeing of its (...)
Abuse towards shopworkers "worsening since Covid", MPs hear

Abuse towards shopworkers “worsening since Covid”, MPs hear

Violence and abuse towards shopworkers is “endemic” and has worsened since the beginning of the coronavirus crisis, MPs have heard.
Businesses need to reopen ASAP – NI economy minister

Businesses need to reopen ASAP – NI economy minister

Northern Ireland’s economy minister has said businesses in the country, including non-essential retailers, need to reopen as (...)
Selfridges & Primark retail magnate W. Galen Weston dies

Selfridges & Primark retail magnate W. Galen Weston dies

W. Galen Weston, the patriarch of one of the world's leading retail dynasties that owns Selfridges and Primark, has died at age 80.
Springboard covid-19 pandemic lockdown

High street footfall rises 174% as England & Wales exit lockdown

High streets across England and Wales have witnessed an immediate comeback in footfall as non-essential retailers reopened on Monday for the first time in over three months.

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