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Worst is yet to come for retailers as debt-collecting commercial landlords begin to circle

BRC reveals retailers' fears if £2.9bn total commercial rent debt is to be demanded from end of June as Government moratorium set to end

Footfall figures ‘a step in the right direction’ but demand ‘still fragile’, insists retail...

Commenting on the recently released Office for National Statistics (ONS) retail footfall figures for April, British Retail Consortium (BRC) chief executive, Helen Dickinson, has...

Jewellery sector sees ‘outstanding growth figures’ in retail footfall in weeks after reopening

'High streets still have a long way to go on the path to recovery', however, according to BRC chief exec Helen Dickinson

Shop vacancies continue to increase as 1 in 7 now empty

Overall GB vacancy rate increased to 14.1% in first quarter of the year, up from 13.7% in the previous quarter, BRC reported

West End retail footfall at 86% of Christmas 2020 peak but shop prices still...

Experts not concerned by dropping shop prices in wake of reopening and say 'we will start to see a rebalancing of consumer spend'

BRC calls on shoppers to be ‘respectful’ to staff as stores reopen across England...

This comes after a reported 'surge in violence' towards shop staff caused by the enforcement of Covid-safety measures

Shop prices continue to fall due to ‘low demand and intense competition’

BRC chief exec Helen Dickinson said that 'prices of fashion and footwear have seen double digit declines in 11 of the past 12 months'

Retailers have lost out on ‘whopping’ £27 billion since first lockdown

Data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has shown that the retail sector has missed out on around £27 billion due to the...

Watches of Switzerland joins retailers pledging to stamp out workplace discrimination

BRC charter is released in conjunction with a report that says one in five UK retailers have no women at all on their board

Shoppers begin to loosen purse strings in advance of April retail return

A 1% sales growth through February will have non-essential retailers hoping that shoppers are ready to return to high streets next month