Christmas shopping bonus as 'all shops to reopen' in new Covid rules

Christmas shopping bonus as 'all shops to reopen' in new Covid rules

All stores – even in the hardest new levels – are allowed to reopen after the lock ends on December 2, The Mail on Sundays reports. The Prime Minister will address the nation tomorrow (Nov. 23) with the details of his new ‘Covid Winter Plan’. The prime minister will replace the lockdown in December with … Read more

With exactly 100 days left until Christmas one third start shopping

With exactly 100 days left until Christmas one third start shopping

Just under a third (32%) of people have already started shopping for Christmas, a survey has found. The research, carried out in August, found keeping costs down is the main reason why people started shopping in advance. Gifts, cards and wrapping paper are the items most likely to have already been purchased, according to the … Read more

How shopping rules have changed now Rule of Six is introduced

How shopping rules have changed now Rule of Six is introduced

At the start of the pandemic, shopping has never really gone back to normal. A number of measures have been put in place by the Government in order to prevent the spread of the coronavirus across the country and to stop potential outbreaks. At the end of July, the Government made it compulsory to wear … Read more

Rule of six guidelines for shopping at major supermarkets

Rule of six guidelines for shopping at major supermarkets

New guidelines introduced under the UK Government’s rule of six will result in changes to the nation’s shopping habits. The strict new rules come into force today (Monday) and some experts fear they will continue for several months as the country fights to halt a potential second wave of coronavirus infections. Latest restrictions mean that … Read more

Struggling woman short of 1p to pay for food shopping stunned as no one helps

Struggling woman short of 1p to pay for food shopping stunned as no one helps

A woman who was short of a penny to pay for her food shopping was left shocked after no-one offered to help. After being charged for shopping bags, Vee Hoffman was short by just 1p for her shopping bill at a supermarket. And with no fellow shoppers stepping in to cover the tiny cost, Vee … Read more

Iceland employs 3,000 new staff to cope with online shopping demand

Iceland employs 3,000 new staff to cope with online shopping demand

Frozen food giant Iceland has created 3,000 new jobs to cope with the huge extra demand for online groceries since the lockdown in March, it has emerged. Bosses revealed online orders surged by more than 300 per cent since April as shoppers snapped up delivery slots and all non-essential retailers shut their doors. The new … Read more