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Tag: lockdown

Leicester residents could be fined up to £3,200 for breaching new lockdown laws | World news

The government has published its local lockdown rules for Leicester, which will see most businesses shutting their doors once again. The new regulations, published on Friday afternoon, come into force on Saturday, when pubs, restaurants and hairdressers can open in the rest of England. Anyone who breaks the rules in Leicester could be fined £100, …

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‘Lockdown would have cascading effect on apparel industry’

Traders’ body the Apparel and Handloom Exporters’ Association representing around 400 micro, small and medium enterprises in the state on Sunday said the ongoing lockdown has caused a cascading effect on the deliveries of goods committed till September. According to a PTI report: The Association’s honorary secretary Nishanth Jain said the workforce was largely affected …

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Springfields Outlet Reopens Post Lockdown with Transactional Spend Increase – Retail News – A1 Retail Magazine

Re-opening to the public last week, Springfields Outlet and Leisure in Lincolnshire has once again demonstrated its resilience. Since reopening last Monday 15th June 2020, average transactional spend has increased by 11% across the three quarters of stores which have reopened. A further tranche of stores are reopening imminently, and others, including food and beverage and …

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Is plaster the new toilet roll? Lockdown DIY binge stretches UK supplies | Business

The nation has triggered its own DIY SOS with an “extreme” home improvement binge during lockdown triggering shortages of paving slabs, fence panels and even bags of plaster and cement. While some Britons turned to baking sourdough loaves and banana bread others have been tackling much-delayed DIY projects, ranging from mending fences to laying patios …

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Back to work: businesses gear up for life after lockdown | Retail industry

Pubs, restaurants, cafes and hairdressers in England will reopen on 4 July and business owners have been preparing with a mix of excitement and trepidation. Mitch Tonks, chef-proprietor Seahorse, Dartmouth and Rockfish restaurants “We’re in the entertainment business,” says chef Mitch Tonks. “We create restaurants so that people can relax and have a wonderful time. …

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Citywide lockdown unlocks new potential for Mumbai-based startup BBRRMM Foods

While the nation stays home to fight the pandemic, local services are running around the clock to ensure convenience and safety. Mumbai-based startup BBRRMM Foods has created a quick response e-commerce platform for groceries and daily food essentials to serve its citizens during these difficult times.Grocery delivery apps have been the go-to choice for most …

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Lorry drivers from outside EU ‘exploited’ in lockdown delivery surge | World news

At dusk one day this month, dozens of lorries registered in Lithuania, Poland and Romania were packed like giant sardines just off the M25. The truck stop for international drivers heading north from Dover was in a mud and gravel field around an old house converted into a cafe-cum-barber shop. Russian was the common language …

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UK retailers remain gloomy about quick post-lockdown bounce back | Business

Britain’s retailers are downbeat about the prospects of a rapid bounce back in business after the easing of Covid-19 restrictions, the CBI has reported. Despite the reopening of non-essential stores from 15 June, retailers fear that a lack of demand and a continued absence of staff due to school closures will leave sales in July …

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Hanna Andersson Is Sending Teddy Bears To Lift Lockdown Blues

Shelter-in-place orders can be particularly tough on children, but communities the world over have responded creatively with fun activities that still maintain social distancing. One of the most popular is the Teddy Bear Hunt, where residents display stuffed toys, books and novelties in windows and on porches, balconies and unusual hiding places, for kids to …

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‘The flowers don’t know we’re in lockdown’: farm donates blooms to key workers | World news

The Electric Daisy Flower Farm’s business relied on selling its blooms grown near Bath at a newly opened shop in Hampstead, north London. But, as the managing director, Fiona Haser Bizony, says: “The flowers don’t know we’re in a lockdown.” The shop – only open since February – closed on 17 March with an abundance …

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