Retail footfall dipped for the seventh month in a row in June as the heatwave deterred consumers from visiting shops.
The World Cup has inspired Brits to open their wallets and spend, with total retail sales in June rising 2.3 per cent.
Thousands of businesses - many of which are high street retailers - have been dragged to court for not being able to keep up...
The high street has experienced the worst first half to a year in more than a decade, as sales drop for a fifth consecutive month
Food price inflation cooling throughout the heatwave has allowed overall shop prices to fall in June.
Consumer confidence tumbled in June, with no signs of getting out of the negative territory it has been in for two and half years
Britain’s grocery sector has now witnessed two years of continuous growth, with warm sunny weather and promotions around the World Cup and Father’s Day...
Millennials still prefer to shop in store compared to online despite the high street’s woes according to new research
Shoppers are calling for more shops and services on the high street with a majority of them feeling pessimistic about the future
Retailers are getting better at staying up to speed with the demands of savvy consumers whose expectations are increasing in today's digital economy -...