Which UK local economy will bounce back the quickest from COVID 19?

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New research from savings platform Raisin UK have revealed which parts of the UK have the strongest local economies, and are likely to recover...

Asos sales soar 24% to nearly £2bn during latest lockdowns

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Online fashion giant Asos has revealed that sales soared during the latest Covid-19 lockdown as high street stores remained closed. Revenues at the retailer jumped...

Dunelm preparing for ‘strong response’ to reopening next week

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Dunelm expects it will slightly outperform market expectations this financial year as it prepares for a Covid-19 rule change which will allow non-essential shops...
Deliveroo riders from the Independent Workers’ Union of Great Britain in Shoreditch High Street, east London, as they go on strike

Deliveroo shares rise on first full trading day despite strike

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Deliveroo shares have climbed higher on their first day of full trading despite the start of a rider strike over worker rights. The takeaway delivery...
Spring People walk along the seafront in Brighton, East SussexApr 2nd 2021

Retail footfall rises ahead of high street reopenings amid warm weather

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UK retail footfall ticked higher last week as shoppers enjoyed warmer weather and moved closer to the reopening of non-essential shops and outdoor hospitality. Figures...

Retailers announce April 12 reopening plans for bricks and mortar outlets

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A host of retailers have confirmed reopening plans for April 12 as shoppers look forward to a return to bricks and mortar shopping after...

New car sales up 11.5% in March

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Demand for new cars grew by 11.5% last month compared with March 2020, new figures show. Some 283,964 new cars were registered in the UK...
Chancellor Rishi Sunak

Recovery loans of up to £10m available to businesses requiring support

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Government-backed loans of up to £10 million are to be made available for companies that need support until the end of the year. As announced...

Almost 190,000 retail jobs axed in high street turmoil since first lockdown

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Almost 190,000 jobs have been lost in the retail bloodbath since shops were first forced to shut their doors a year ago, according to...

Iceland boss backs calls for digital sales tax to aid high street revival

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The boss of Iceland has called for a digital sales tax to help support the recovery of the high street. Richard Walker, managing director of...