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Britain’s high street faces more than 5,000 job cuts after two of its biggest names said that customers were unlikely to return to their old shopping habits after the coronavirus crisis, in the latest blow to the country’s ailing economy.
Marks & Spencer (M&S) will cut a further 7,000 jobs, it said on Tuesday, as the COVID-19 crisis deals another blow to Britain’s beleaguered retail sector.
The boss of Tesco said he had unfinished business at Britain’s biggest retailer after its quarterly sales growth slowed in a subdued grocery market under a cloud from poor early summer weather.
Those who can move or walk normally, who have all their limbs intact, do not know how blessed they are. Only those who are physically challenged or differently-abled know the anguish, the pain, the discomfort they feel every time they try to make a move.
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