Frasers Group offers its help to the NHS in an open letter to Michael Gove.
New “wartime” measures could be brought in by the government to prevent sellers profiteering from essential items in high demand
Schuh has confirmed that its online operations will be shuttered temporarily alongside its physical stores
Halfords has said its stores will remain open amid the Covid-19 outbreak to "keep the UK moving".
Thousands of shops up may have closed their doors for the last time this week following the government's coronavirus lockdown.
Shops selling "non-essential" goods have been ordered to close as Prime Minister Boris Johnson to combat the spread of Covid-19.
B&Q, JD Sports, Dunelm, ScS and Games Workshop have all confirmed they will temporarily close their stores.
McColl's has put in place a range of policies designed to protect colleagues and customers to keep its stores open
Footfall has dropped to an all-time low across retail destinations in the UK as the covid-19 pandemic prompted consumers
Ted Baker, Moss Bros, The Works, The Entertainer and several others have become the latest batch to temporarily close stores.