High street gloom eases as UK shops report brisker trade


Retailers report best sales in more than a year after the easing of lockdown restrictions

UK retailers enjoyed their best sales in more than a year following the reopening of non-essential stores in mid-June, according to the latest snapshot of spending from the CBI.

The employers’ organisation found there had been a much sharper bounce-back than retailers had been expecting following the lifting of restrictions imposed to limit the spread of the Covid-19 virus.

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