Go-karts, bowling alleys and eateries have taken the place of closed retailers on the High Street.
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Police, transport, freight and fire workers will be able to join the daily contact testing scheme.
Some holidaymakers who tested positive for Covid while abroad are having to stay and self-isolate.
The industry body criticises government plans that allow some key staff to bypass the NHS Covid app.
Operators say they may have to run fewer trains as more employees are hit by the "pingdemic".
People living in rural areas have less chance of withdrawing or depositing cash nearby, research finds.
Australian activewear company Lorna Jane is branded "exploitative" and "predatory" by a judge.
Sales rose by 0.5% as millions stocked up on food and drink to watch the Euro 2020 football tournament.
Shares in the Ant Group-backed company traded more than 80% higher than their initial public offering price.
The ride-hailing giant's shares are now down by more than 25% since their New York market debut last month.
Government guidelines mean road planners can effectively ignore climate change, campaigners say.
The social media companies passed analysts' expectations with their latest financial update.
Key parts of the food industry will move to daily Covid testing, the government says, after isolating workers led to supply shortages.
The chunky shoe's sales nearly doubled in the three months to the end of June compared with last year.
Dozens of hugely popular websites have been knocked offline.
Lawyers for Autonomy's founder, Mike Lynch, say he will fight the US authorities' bid to try him for fraud.
The recent pick up in price rises is not expected to last, says Bank of England deputy Ben Broadbent.
Subpostmasters wrongly convicted of offences during the Horizon scandal will receive up to £100,000.
An official report on lobbying says Lex Greensill's conflicts of interest 'should have been considered".
The world's most valuable oil producer confirmed to the BBC that company files had been leaked.