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Horse and Hound
Mary Poppins beats 50 Shades of Grey to national titleA Mary Poppins-themed routine beat competition from Dogtanian, 50 Shades of Gre
Horse and Hound / Posted an hour ago
A Mary Poppins-themed routine beat competition from Dogtanian, 50 Shades of Grey and the Ride of the Valkyries to win the BRC SEIB Insurance Brokers quadrille of the year title on Saturday night (21 October). Four riding club teams battled it out in... Read more
18h
Bolton News
Parents urged to avoid Halloween horrorsinto contact with a naked flame. Accident prevention charity RoSPA has been wo
Bolton News / Posted 18 hours ago
into contact with a naked flame. Accident prevention charity RoSPA has been working with the British Retail Consortium (BRC) and its members to develop a new testing standard for the flammability of children’s costumes, which goes beyond the... Read more
21h
Lancashire Telegraph
Shop with responsible retailers this Halloweento Halloween. The Royal Society for the Protection of Accidents has been worki
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 21 hours ago
to Halloween. The Royal Society for the Protection of Accidents has been working with the British Retail Consortium (BRC) and its members to develop a new testing standard for the flammability of children’s dress-up costumes, which goes... Read more
22h
SKY News
Hammond urged to deliver a 'Budget for shoppers' to boost economyTwo business lobby groups released their wish lists on Monday, with the British
SKY News / Posted 22 hours ago
Two business lobby groups released their wish lists on Monday, with the British Retail Consortium (BRC) urging Philip Hammond "to deliver a Budget for shoppers" - aided by protecting its members from a "burden" of Government costs. It said the... Read more
23h
International Business Times
Philip Hammond urged to make shoppers and businesses a priority in his Budget statement consumers. From April next year, business rates are expected to rise by £270m,
International Business Times / Posted 23 hours ago
consumers. From April next year, business rates are expected to rise by £270m, but the Business Retail Consortium (BRC) has urged the Chancellor to suspend the planned increase, which would allow companies to invest towards keeping prices... Read more
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The Manila Times
‘No-deal’ scenario: What happens if Brexit talks fail?by more than 30 percent. A slice of Italian parmesan selling for £5 in a Briti
The Manila Times / Posted 2 days ago
by more than 30 percent. A slice of Italian parmesan selling for £5 in a British supermarket would jump to £6.50. The BRC estimated the average cost of food imported by retailers from the EU would increase by 22 percent. Britain imports... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Claudia Winkleman wins battle to make fancy dress outfits saferMirror) “I sincerely hope the Government continues to push for these guideline
Daily Mirror / Posted 3 days ago
Mirror) “I sincerely hope the Government continues to push for these guidelines to be made a legal requirement.” The BRC said: “The terrible accident involving Claudia Winkleman’s daughter focused attention on what were seen as failings to... Read more
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KAIT Jonesboro
Half marathon becomes first footrace across Big River Crossingkind of thing we’d hoped the Big River Crossing would spawn in the first place,
KAIT Jonesboro / Posted 5 days ago
kind of thing we’d hoped the Big River Crossing would spawn in the first place,” said Dow McVean, son of the father of the BRC, Charlie McVean. Starting on Riverside Drive at Beale Street, the first three miles of the half marathon roll through... Read more
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Scotsman
Scotland sees steepest drop in footfall
in 15 monthsas in August. Retail parks still saw positive growth, but this slowed, and high
Scotsman / Posted 7 days ago
as in August. Retail parks still saw positive growth, but this slowed, and high-street footfall fell by 2.2 per cent. BRC chief executive Helen Dickinson said: “There’s an urgent need to stall the growing number of retail locations,... Read more
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SKY News
Interest rate hike could hurt 'fragile' economy, forecaster warnsto be the number one risk, in addition to ongoing political uncertainty". Sepa
SKY News / Posted 7 days ago
to be the number one risk, in addition to ongoing political uncertainty". Separately, a report from the British Retail Consortium (BRC) showed visits to shops continued to decline in September, dropping 1.2% compared with the same month last... Read more
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Simcoe Reformer
Arts centre repairs won't be cheapinvolves repairs to windows, woodwork, masonry, the west portico and the south
Simcoe Reformer / Posted 9 days ago
involves repairs to windows, woodwork, masonry, the west portico and the south porch. Council awarded the work Tuesday to BRC Restoration of Toronto. BRC Restoration submitted the lowest of six bids received for the job. Lee Robinson, Norfolk’s... Read more
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Delhi News Record
Arts centre repairs won't be cheapinvolves repairs to windows, woodwork, masonry, the west portico and the south
Delhi News Record / Posted 9 days ago
involves repairs to windows, woodwork, masonry, the west portico and the south porch. Council awarded the work Tuesday to BRC Restoration of Toronto. BRC Restoration submitted the lowest of six bids received for the job. Lee Robinson, Norfolk’s... Read more
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International Business Times
UK retail sales rise as shoppers spend more on food and clothing sales increased by 1.9% compared to the same month a year earlier, according to
International Business Times / Posted 14 days ago
sales increased by 1.9% compared to the same month a year earlier, according to the British Retail Consortium (BRC) and KPMG, compared with a 1.6% increase in August. The sales increase in September was credited to retailers passing on... Read more
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14d
Hampshire Chronicle
Retail sales grow in September amid higher food and clothing pricesby higher food and clothing prices on the back of the Brexit-hit pound. Figure
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 14 days ago
by higher food and clothing prices on the back of the Brexit-hit pound. Figures from the British Retail Consortium (BRC) and KPMG showed that like-for-like retail sales rose 1.9% last month, compared to a 0.4% rise a year earlier, while... Read more
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14d
This is Oxfordshire
Retail sales grow in September amid higher food and clothing pricesby higher food and clothing prices on the back of the Brexit-hit pound. Figure
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 14 days ago
by higher food and clothing prices on the back of the Brexit-hit pound. Figures from the British Retail Consortium (BRC) and KPMG showed that like-for-like retail sales rose 1.9% last month, compared to a 0.4% rise a year earlier, while... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Retail sales grow in September amid higher food and clothing pricesby higher food and clothing prices on the back of the Brexit-hit pound. Figure
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 14 days ago
by higher food and clothing prices on the back of the Brexit-hit pound. Figures from the British Retail Consortium (BRC) and KPMG showed that like-for-like retail sales rose 1.9% last month, compared to a 0.4% rise a year earlier, while... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Retail sales grow in September amid higher food and clothing pricesby higher food and clothing prices on the back of the Brexit-hit pound. Figure
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 14 days ago
by higher food and clothing prices on the back of the Brexit-hit pound. Figures from the British Retail Consortium (BRC) and KPMG showed that like-for-like retail sales rose 1.9% last month, compared to a 0.4% rise a year earlier, while... Read more
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14d
EuroNews
UK consumers spend more to meet higher food and clothing pricesof England, which has signalled it is close to its first rate hike in a decade,
EuroNews / Posted 14 days ago
of England, which has signalled it is close to its first rate hike in a decade, is expecting a pick-up in spending. The BRC said growth in total sales last month slowed slightly to 2.3 percent from 2.4 percent in August but remained stronger... Read more
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14d
Oxford Mail
Retail sales grow in September amid higher food and clothing pricesby higher food and clothing prices on the back of the Brexit-hit pound. Figure
Oxford Mail / Posted 14 days ago
by higher food and clothing prices on the back of the Brexit-hit pound. Figures from the British Retail Consortium (BRC) and KPMG showed that like-for-like retail sales rose 1.9% last month, compared to a 0.4% rise a year earlier, while... Read more
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14d
Bury Times
Retail sales grow in September amid higher food and clothing pricesby higher food and clothing prices on the back of the Brexit-hit pound. Figure
Bury Times / Posted 14 days ago
by higher food and clothing prices on the back of the Brexit-hit pound. Figures from the British Retail Consortium (BRC) and KPMG showed that like-for-like retail sales rose 1.9% last month, compared to a 0.4% rise a year earlier, while... Read more
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14d
Gazette
Retail sales grow in September amid higher food and clothing pricesby higher food and clothing prices on the back of the Brexit-hit pound. Figure
Gazette / Posted 14 days ago
by higher food and clothing prices on the back of the Brexit-hit pound. Figures from the British Retail Consortium (BRC) and KPMG showed that like-for-like retail sales rose 1.9% last month, compared to a 0.4% rise a year earlier, while... Read more
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14d
guardian-series
Retail sales grow in September amid higher food and clothing pricesby higher food and clothing prices on the back of the Brexit-hit pound. Figure
guardian-series / Posted 14 days ago
by higher food and clothing prices on the back of the Brexit-hit pound. Figures from the British Retail Consortium (BRC) and KPMG showed that like-for-like retail sales rose 1.9% last month, compared to a 0.4% rise a year earlier, while... Read more
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14d
Greenock Telegraph
Retail sales grow in September amid higher food and clothing pricesby higher food and clothing prices on the back of the Brexit-hit pound. Figure
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 14 days ago
by higher food and clothing prices on the back of the Brexit-hit pound. Figures from the British Retail Consortium (BRC) and KPMG showed that like-for-like retail sales rose 1.9% last month, compared to a 0.4% rise a year earlier, while... Read more
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Harrow Times
Retail sales grow in September amid higher food and clothing pricesby higher food and clothing prices on the back of the Brexit-hit pound. Figure
Harrow Times / Posted 14 days ago
by higher food and clothing prices on the back of the Brexit-hit pound. Figures from the British Retail Consortium (BRC) and KPMG showed that like-for-like retail sales rose 1.9% last month, compared to a 0.4% rise a year earlier, while... Read more
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14d
Reuters
UK consumers spend more to meet higher food and clothing pricesof England, which has signaled it is close to its first rate hike in a decade,
Reuters / Posted 14 days ago
of England, which has signaled it is close to its first rate hike in a decade, is expecting a pick-up in spending. The BRC said growth in total sales last month slowed slightly to 2.3 percent from 2.4 percent in August but remained stronger... Read more
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Gazette News
Retail sales grow in September amid higher food and clothing pricesby higher food and clothing prices on the back of the Brexit-hit pound. Figure
Gazette News / Posted 14 days ago
by higher food and clothing prices on the back of the Brexit-hit pound. Figures from the British Retail Consortium (BRC) and KPMG showed that like-for-like retail sales rose 1.9% last month, compared to a 0.4% rise a year earlier, while... Read more
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14d
This is West Country
Retail sales grow in September amid higher food and clothing pricesby higher food and clothing prices on the back of the Brexit-hit pound. Figure
This is West Country / Posted 14 days ago
by higher food and clothing prices on the back of the Brexit-hit pound. Figures from the British Retail Consortium (BRC) and KPMG showed that like-for-like retail sales rose 1.9% last month, compared to a 0.4% rise a year earlier, while... Read more
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Bolton News
Retail sales grow in September amid higher food and clothing pricesby higher food and clothing prices on the back of the Brexit-hit pound. Figure
Bolton News / Posted 14 days ago
by higher food and clothing prices on the back of the Brexit-hit pound. Figures from the British Retail Consortium (BRC) and KPMG showed that like-for-like retail sales rose 1.9% last month, compared to a 0.4% rise a year earlier, while... Read more
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14d
St Albans & Harpenden Review
Retail sales grow in September amid higher food and clothing pricesby higher food and clothing prices on the back of the Brexit-hit pound. Figure
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 14 days ago
by higher food and clothing prices on the back of the Brexit-hit pound. Figures from the British Retail Consortium (BRC) and KPMG showed that like-for-like retail sales rose 1.9% last month, compared to a 0.4% rise a year earlier, while... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Retail sales grow in September amid higher food and clothing pricesby higher food and clothing prices on the back of the Brexit-hit pound. Figure
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 14 days ago
by higher food and clothing prices on the back of the Brexit-hit pound. Figures from the British Retail Consortium (BRC) and KPMG showed that like-for-like retail sales rose 1.9% last month, compared to a 0.4% rise a year earlier, while... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Retail sales grow in September amid higher food and clothing pricesby higher food and clothing prices on the back of the Brexit-hit pound. Figure
EveningTimes Online / Posted 14 days ago
by higher food and clothing prices on the back of the Brexit-hit pound. Figures from the British Retail Consortium (BRC) and KPMG showed that like-for-like retail sales rose 1.9% last month, compared to a 0.4% rise a year earlier, while... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Retail sales grow in September amid higher food and clothing pricesby higher food and clothing prices on the back of the Brexit-hit pound. Figure
Croydon Guardian / Posted 14 days ago
by higher food and clothing prices on the back of the Brexit-hit pound. Figures from the British Retail Consortium (BRC) and KPMG showed that like-for-like retail sales rose 1.9% last month, compared to a 0.4% rise a year earlier, while... Read more
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Pendle Today
Shoppers warned of price rises after Brexitnationals are allowed to work in Britain's retail industry after Brexit, the Br
Pendle Today / Posted 14 days ago
nationals are allowed to work in Britain's retail industry after Brexit, the British Retail Consortium has warned. The BRC highlighted figures showing EU nationals account for 6% of the retail industry's workforce with 170,000 employees, but... Read more
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International Business Times
Lack of EU workers could lead to higher shop prices warns BRC could face higher prices, an industry body warned on Monday (9 October). The w
International Business Times / Posted 14 days ago
could face higher prices, an industry body warned on Monday (9 October). The warning from the British Retail Consortium (BRC), came after its latest snapshot of the retail industry revealed a number of firms were growing increasingly worried... Read more
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SKY News
Retail sector warns of Brexit price hikes without EU staffThe British Retail Consortium (BRC) sounded the warning after its annual workfo
SKY News / Posted 14 days ago
The British Retail Consortium (BRC) sounded the warning after its annual workforce survey highlighted concern among its members over the future of employees from EU nations. It said 22% of firms had already reported staff returning to the continent... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Shoppers warned of price rises after Brexit if retail sector loses EU nationalsnationals are allowed to work in Britain’s retail industry after Brexit, the Br
EveningTimes Online / Posted 15 days ago
nationals are allowed to work in Britain’s retail industry after Brexit, the British Retail Consortium has warned. The BRC highlighted figures showing EU nationals account for 6% of the retail industry’s workforce with 170,000 employees, but... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Shoppers warned of price rises after Brexit if retail sector loses EU nationalsnationals are allowed to work in Britain’s retail industry after Brexit, the Br
Oxford Mail / Posted 15 days ago
nationals are allowed to work in Britain’s retail industry after Brexit, the British Retail Consortium has warned. The BRC highlighted figures showing EU nationals account for 6% of the retail industry’s workforce with 170,000 employees, but... Read more
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Bury Times
Shoppers warned of price rises after Brexit if retail sector loses EU nationalsnationals are allowed to work in Britain’s retail industry after Brexit, the Br
Bury Times / Posted 15 days ago
nationals are allowed to work in Britain’s retail industry after Brexit, the British Retail Consortium has warned. The BRC highlighted figures showing EU nationals account for 6% of the retail industry’s workforce with 170,000 employees, but... Read more
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Gazette
Shoppers warned of price rises after Brexit if retail sector loses EU nationalsnationals are allowed to work in Britain’s retail industry after Brexit, the Br
Gazette / Posted 15 days ago
nationals are allowed to work in Britain’s retail industry after Brexit, the British Retail Consortium has warned. The BRC highlighted figures showing EU nationals account for 6% of the retail industry’s workforce with 170,000 employees, but... Read more
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15d
guardian-series
Shoppers warned of price rises after Brexit if retail sector loses EU nationalsnationals are allowed to work in Britain’s retail industry after Brexit, the Br
guardian-series / Posted 15 days ago
nationals are allowed to work in Britain’s retail industry after Brexit, the British Retail Consortium has warned. The BRC highlighted figures showing EU nationals account for 6% of the retail industry’s workforce with 170,000 employees, but... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Shoppers warned of price rises after Brexit if retail sector loses EU nationalsnationals are allowed to work in Britain’s retail industry after Brexit, the Br
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 15 days ago
nationals are allowed to work in Britain’s retail industry after Brexit, the British Retail Consortium has warned. The BRC highlighted figures showing EU nationals account for 6% of the retail industry’s workforce with 170,000 employees, but... Read more
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Harrow Times
Shoppers warned of price rises after Brexit if retail sector loses EU nationalsnationals are allowed to work in Britain’s retail industry after Brexit, the Br
Harrow Times / Posted 15 days ago
nationals are allowed to work in Britain’s retail industry after Brexit, the British Retail Consortium has warned. The BRC highlighted figures showing EU nationals account for 6% of the retail industry’s workforce with 170,000 employees, but... Read more
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This is West Country
Shoppers warned of price rises after Brexit if retail sector loses EU nationalsnationals are allowed to work in Britain’s retail industry after Brexit, the Br
This is West Country / Posted 15 days ago
nationals are allowed to work in Britain’s retail industry after Brexit, the British Retail Consortium has warned. The BRC highlighted figures showing EU nationals account for 6% of the retail industry’s workforce with 170,000 employees, but... Read more
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Gazette News
Shoppers warned of price rises after Brexit if retail sector loses EU nationalsnationals are allowed to work in Britain’s retail industry after Brexit, the Br
Gazette News / Posted 15 days ago
nationals are allowed to work in Britain’s retail industry after Brexit, the British Retail Consortium has warned. The BRC highlighted figures showing EU nationals account for 6% of the retail industry’s workforce with 170,000 employees, but... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Buncio sisters dominate superbikes tiltraces of the series’ first three rounds at the Batangas Racing Circuit, Clark I
Pilipino Star / Posted 16 days ago
races of the series’ first three rounds at the Batangas Racing Circuit, Clark International Speedway and back again at the BRC, clinching a perfect score of 150 points. It was a tactical ride the rest of the way for the pretty superbikes star en... Read more
17d
Derbyshire Times
Confident Yates to race World Rally Championship for the first timeweek at Rally RACC Catalunya Rally De España. Just weeks after securing fourth
Derbyshire Times / Posted 17 days ago
week at Rally RACC Catalunya Rally De España. Just weeks after securing fourth overall in the British Rally Championship (BRC), Yates will turn his attentions to the biggest challenge of his rallying career as he takes on the best drivers in the... Read more
18d
Powys County Times
Cave to compete in Wales Rally GBwill be back behind the wheel of a Ford Fiesta R5 having impressed in a Hyundai
Powys County Times / Posted 18 days ago
will be back behind the wheel of a Ford Fiesta R5 having impressed in a Hyundai i20 R5 in the British Rally Championship (BRC) and WRC2 this season. “After a season that promised so much, I am eager to round off my year by competing in my home... Read more
18d
express
British farmers could be worse off as Trump objects to UK-EU deal on food quotasnegotiators gather for a week of talks in Geneva from October 16. The news com
express / Posted 18 days ago
negotiators gather for a week of talks in Geneva from October 16. The news comes after the British Retail Consortium (BRC) warned British shoppers could pay as much as one-third more for “everyday food items” in the event of a “no deal... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Northern Ireland consumers warned that shop prices are set to riseshallowest level of deflation in the last four years, and down from a 0.3% year
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 19 days ago
shallowest level of deflation in the last four years, and down from a 0.3% year-on-year decline in August, according to the BRC-Nielsen Shop Price Index. "Shop prices in Northern Ireland are on the cusp of returning to inflationary territory, after... Read more
20d
The Rice Thresher
​Rice offers financial aid in wake of HarveyRice Crisis Management announced that students with parking permits could park
The Rice Thresher / Posted 20 days ago
Rice Crisis Management announced that students with parking permits could park their cars in the Entrance 3 Garage or the BRC Garage to prevent their vehicles from flooding. Because students who were out of town for Rice-related activities did not... Read more
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