British High Street

Why the High Street Isn't Dying, It's Evolving

Josie Sampson | Posted 05.05.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Josie Sampson

With British retails gems such as HMV and Blockbuster dropping like flies, it may seem like the UK high street is on its way out. However, in the spirit of the glass being half-full, we suggest that this is not the death of the high street after all, but instead, simply its evolution.

Pickles Needs to Stop Treating Businesses With Contempt

Simon Danczuk | Posted 31.03.2013 | UK Politics
Simon Danczuk

From day one of this parliament, Pickles and Lewis have treated small businesses with contempt - and it doesn't stop there. To huge consternation in the business community they've cancelled a revaluation of business rates this year to make sure properties are tied to a 2008 rating close to the peak of the property boom.

High Street Fav Whistles Gets Edgy As Fashion Looks Ahead to Autumn

Sarah McGiven | Posted 19.08.2012 | UK Style
Sarah McGiven

What would we do without Whistles? Solving smart women's sartorial dilemmas since the early 1980s, the British brand has become something of an institution.

The Future Is Digital: High Street Shopping Becoming Obsolete?

Melanie Hick | Posted 26.11.2011 | UK Tech

More than 50% of all non-food transactions will be influenced by the web within 10 years while a third of retail space will be obsolete, a new survey ...