Pets At Home has become the latest essential retailer to agree to hand back millions of pounds in business rates relief to the Government.
Asda and B&M are the latest essential retailers to commit to handing hundreds of millions of pounds in business rates relief back to the Government.
Asda has announced it will hand over £340 million saved in business rates relief, becoming the latest grocer to return funds from the tax break following similar moves by Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons and Aldi.
Aldi and Sainsbury’s have said they will hand back more than £500 million in business rates relief to the Government after rivals Tesco and Morrisons made the same commitment.
Sainsbury’s will hand over £440 million saved from the Government’s business rates holiday – joining Tesco and Morrisons who made the same commitment to hand back to saved cash.
Supermarkets Tesco and Morrisons have said they will pay more than £850 million to the Government – money they saved from a business rates holiday introduced to help struggling retailers.
Supermarket giant Tesco has announced it will pay back an estimated £60 million in coronavirus-related rates relief to the Scottish Government.
Supermarket Tesco has said it will return £585 million to the Government – money it saved from a business rates holiday introduced to help struggling retailers.
The Government should redistribute the £585 million in business rate relief returned by Tesco to pubs and brewers, according to the Society of Independent Brewers (Siba).
Supermarket Tesco has said it will return to the Government £585 million it saved from a business rates holiday introduced to help struggling retailers.
Tesco said people visiting its stores in Aberdeen over the last five years have raised nearly £500,000 and donated enough meals to feed locals more than 200,000 times.
An on-duty police officer who dishonestly scanned a seven pence barcode for carrots to get a £9.95 box of Krispy Kreme donuts has been sacked for gross misconduct.
Tesco has released its 2020 Christmas advert, encouraging shoppers to forget about all the “naughty” things they did in 2020.
Tesco has apologised to customers after its website struggled to cope with demand from shoppers seeking to secure Christmas delivery slots.
The UK’s largest supermarket chains are set to benefit from almost £2 billion in business rate tax breaks this year despite sales soaring during the pandemic, according to new analysis.
Police in Aberdeen are seeking witnesses to help assist inquiries into an assault which took place more than two years ago.
A shoplifter spat on a door and licked the handle after being caught by staff, leaving one employee "terrified" of catching coronavirus.
A stroppy Aberdeen shopper flung a plant plot to the ground and threatened staff after they challenged him for ignoring a one-way system and getting too close to other customers.
Supermarkets including Tesco have failed to make stores “Covid-safe” by not enforcing the use of masks, Greater Manchester mayor Andy Burnham has said.
The Welsh Government will “continue to learn lessons” about how it communicates its lockdown rules following confusion over a ban on selling non-essential items, Wales’ health minister has said.
Tesco has apologised after it suggested sanitary products were “non-essential” and so could not be sold due to new Welsh lockdown measures.
The London markets and the pound both tumbled on a torrid day for UK traders after new figures revealed a surge in unemployment in the face of the pandemic.
Tesco saw its profits rise strongly in the first six months of the financial year, despite shelling out more than half a billion pounds to fight the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Shareholders in Tesco are in line for a major windfall after the supermarket giant said it would increase the dividend and make a one-off payment after profits soared by more than a quarter.
Tesco shareholders will eagerly be hoping for a payday next week as the company gives them the best behind-the-scenes look at how it coped with Covid-19.
New Tesco boss Ken Murphy has started his tenure leading the UK’s biggest supermarket.
Jail for yob who threatened to petrol bomb Aberdeen Tesco car park then phoned police to complain staff wouldn’t serve him
A yob who threatened to petrol bomb an Aberdeen supermarket car park – then phoned police to complain staff wouldn’t serve him – has been jailed.
A north-east shop worker has tested positive for Covid-19.
Tesco has reintroduced purchasing limits for popular products such as toilet rolls, pasta and flour to prevent its shelves becoming bare.
Tesco has introduced restrictions on the number of items people can purchase at stores to prevent stock supplies running out.