The total volume of retail sales dropped by a record 18.1 per cent in April compared to March as the lockdown took hold.
Consumer confidence in the UK remains "battered and bruised" despite the easing of some lockdown restrictions.
FTSE retailers have issued 38 profit warnings in the first three months of 2020, surpassing the total number recorded in 2019
Footfall increased by a mere 3.3 per cent in the first week since lockdown measures were slightly lifted, as Brits stepped out
The coronavirus pandemic has seen the UK retail industry suffer its worst month on record in terms of footfall.
The "isolation economy" as people have remained at home has triggered a shift in consumer spending habits equating to £12.9bn.
A colossal 79 per cent of property owners throughout the UK who own more than 120 million sq ft of UK retail believe that..
Consumer confidence in the UK edged up fractionally at the end of April after it previously hit its lowest level in over a decade
The UK's retail sector has seen its largest ever decline in footfall last month as shoppers stayed home due to the coronavirus
Retail vacancy rates have increased during the first quarter of 2020, highlighting the challenges faced by the sector