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Wild Wednesday shoppers in early morning queues as retailers slash prices

Shoppers are hitting the high street to join early morning queues on the first day stores reopen after England's second national lockdown comes to...

Shops and pubs trapped in 'ongoing nightmare' need your help to survive lockdown

For the second time this year, small businesses and independent shops are opening their doors again – and wondering what the future holds. Since...

Tesco to hand back £585m of pandemic business rates relief

Tesco, the UK's largest supermarket chain, has announced it is to repay £585m of business rates relief it was awarded during the coronavirus pandemic....

UK approves Pfizer's coronavirus vaccine – rollout to begin next week

The UK has become the first country in the world to approve the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for use. It has been given the go-ahead...

Data shows how lockdown affected coronavirus infection rates in your area

New data shows the impact lockdown has had on coronavirus infection rates across England as restrictions are eased after the four-week shutdown. Latest figures...

99% of England under tougher tier restrictions as businesses reopen

Thousands of non-essential shops, gyms, bars and restaurants are reopening as England's second lockdown ends and the new tiered system comes into force. Some...

High street prices plummet as retailers hope for Christmas sales boost

Shops are slashing their prices in the run-up to Christmas amid a crisis on Britain's high streets, a report has found. Prices have fallen...

'It feels totally unfair': There's an air of revolt in this Tier 3 area where COVID cases remain low

There’s an air of rebellion and revolt in Ribble Valley - they’re not happy in this rural district. On Wednesday, like the rest of...

Coronavirus UK live news: government scientists expected to recommend against public wearing medical face masks

Advice expected to recommend public choose to wear a scarf or face covering rather than medical masks...

Coronavirus: Advising public to wear masks on a voluntary basis would be 'common sense', says expert

The chairman of the Royal College of General Practitioners has said it “makes complete sense” to advise the general public to wear masks if...

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