THE UK high street has suffered its worst February since 2009 as headwinds from the economy and Storm Doris curbed spending, figures show.
HAVE you ever embarked on a shopping spree to find that, while a size 12 fits perfectly in one store, it’s a struggle to squeeze into the same size at another?
THE high street failed to rally at the end of a dismal year for retailers in a fourth poor December in a row, new figures show.
IF you are looking for a wee bit of Christmas cheer, then I strongly advise you stay well clear of doom monger Mark Carney, the Governor of the Bank of England.
THERE’S something familiar about the whole thing.
HIGH-STREET stores were boosted by a surge in sales of festive food and drink last month, according to a new report.