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The coronavirus pandemic has changed a lot of things, but possibly one of its longest-lasting effects will be on Britain’s high streets, with many shops closing during lockdowns. Retail Analyst Nelson Blackley talks us through how the pandemic is accerlating trends in an ever-evolving high street and for its future, Britain’s high streets need to look back.
The government is cracking down amid concerns the schemes are driving debt.
Asos has bought Topshop, Topman and Miss Selfridge – but hasn't agreed to buy any of their stores.
The rules on non-essential retail are getting tougher as Covid cases surge.
Rumours are circulating that the Arcadia Group has appointed agents to oversee the sale of Topshop on Oxford Street.
Some supermarkets – like Aldi, Asda and M&S – won’t be opening on Boxing Day, to allow staff to spend more time with loved ones.
The price of brie, beef mince, wine and other items is predicted to shoot up.
Photos show crowds spilling out of shops in city centres including London and Nottingham.
From fake ads to sellers that ask you for direct payment, here’s what you need to know to help keep yourself safe online in the lead-up to Christmas.
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