The UK high street has seen footfall drop by over 40 per cent during July as Brits continue to stay home following the lockdown..
Brits are expected to spend an average £195 each on non-essentials, equating to £9.3 billion across the country.
The first full week of mandatory coverings in retail shops around England has led to sluggish overall footfall figures across UK.
New research has suggested that consumer confidence has improved as shoppers return to the high street post-lockdown..
The number of empty shops saw a "modest" increase across the UK over the past three months due to the impact of the lockdown.
New research has found that the use of plastic bags in England has dropped by 59 per cent in just a year as shoppers reused..
Retail sales returned to anaemic growth in the year to July as shoppers made their way back into shops.
Shop prices fell again in July as high street stores continue to try and tempt people back through their doors post-lockdown.
A new report has found that the retail sector is one of the worst performing sectors for gender diversity in senior roles..
Customers seemed slightly more cautious on the day that wearing face coverings became mandatory in England's shops.