Government covid-19 lockdown reopening

Non-essential retailers to reopen from June 15, government says

Non-essential retailers will be able to reopen stores in England from June 15 as long as social distancing measures are..
Charity shops donations quarantine covid-19

Charity shops to quarantine donations for 72 hours as they begin reopening

Charity shops will quarantine all donations for 72 hours and customers will be required to use hand sanitiser before browsing
Clarks Giorgio Presca covid-19

Clarks in talks with investors over share sale after 900 job cuts

Clarks is reportedly in talks with investors about the sale of a minority stake that would dilute its family..
Retail sales in April fell a record 18.1%

Retail sales in April fell a record 18.1%

The total volume of retail sales dropped by a record 18.1 per cent in April compared to March as the lockdown took hold.
Ex-Sainsbury's CEO Justin King "optimistic" about the future of retail

Ex-Sainsbury’s CEO Justin King “optimistic” about the future of high streets

Former Sainsbury's boss Justin King has said he is "optimistic" about the future of high streets.
FTSE profit warnings covid-19

Retail profit warnings in first quarter of 2020 exceed 2019

FTSE retailers have issued 38 profit warnings in the first three months of 2020, surpassing the total number recorded in 2019
Retailers could help domestic abuse victims under govt's new codeword plans

Morrisons to offer support for domestic abuse victims as govt mulls codeword scheme

Morrisons has become the first grocery chain to offer a safe space for domestic abuse victims.

Pets at Home revenue reaches £1bn for first time

Pets at Home has seen its full-year profits and sales rise but cautioned that the costs from the Covid-19 pandemic will impact..
Marks & Spencer M&S Ocado

Ocado to stock M&S clothes alongside groceries

Marks & Spencer has announced that shoppers can purchase underwear and children's school clothes along with their groceries..
Retailers to receive £430m in tax rebates amid ATM Supreme Court ruling

Retailers to receive £430m in tax rebates amid ATM Supreme Court ruling

The Supreme Court has handed the embattled retail sector a £430 million tax lifeline.

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What the High Street will look like after Covid-19

Survival of the fittest: How the High Street will evolve after the crisis Wondering what the High Street is going to look like after lockdown...