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Boris Johnson suggests face coverings could become mandatory in shops

Face coverings are currently compulsory on public transport and in hospitals in England, while in Scotland people are legally obliged to wear face coverings inside shops and on public transport. // PM Boris Johnson wants “stricter” rules around face coverings in confined spaces, like shops // Downing Street is reportedly looking into the issue and …

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Boris Johnson issues reopening rules for businesses in England | World news

After Boris Johnson announced that thousands of businesses in England, from pubs to bingo halls, would be able to reopen on 4 July, the government has begun publishing sector-by-sector guidance setting out how they can do so. Here are some of the key points: Hair salons and other ‘close-contact’ services Hair salons must keep a …

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British retailers yet to benefit from ‘Boris bounce’, says BRC | Business

Britain’s retailers have yet to benefit from any post-election pickup in the economy amid signs that thrifty and environmentally aware consumers are reluctant to part with their money. While business surveys have detected a “Boris bounce” after the decisive Conservative victory in December’s vote, the British Retail Consortium (BRC) said there had been only the …

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Big four supermarkets lose Christmas sales as ‘Boris bounce’ fails to appear | Business

Supermarkets recorded the slowest Christmas sales growth in at least four years as the big four chains lost sales, according to industry analysts. While grocers took a record £29.3bn in the so-called golden quarter, the 0.2% rise in sales across the sector was the lowest rate of growth since 2015, said research firm Kantar. Rival …

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