Why Marks and Spencer’s ‘arrogance’ led to clothing sale plunge: ‘We are the best!’

The 136-year-old company was founded by Michael Marks and Thomas Spencer in 1884 and soon became a UK favourite for selling high-quality British-made products. In 1998, M&S became the first British retailer to make a pre-tax profit of over £1billion, but just one year

Swimming pools open: When will swimming pools reopen?

Prime Minister Boris Johnson addressed Parliament in June about changes to the UK lockdown. The PM has announced a number of measures will be eased from July 4. A number of businesses will be allowed to reopen, and changes have

‘Prepare for WORST’ Tesco’s secret coronavirus ‘Operation Doomsday’ plan exposed

Tesco is the UK’s largest food retailer and enjoys more than 25 percent of the market, placing it top of the Big Four supermarkets, alongside Sainsbury’s, Asda and Morrisons. But, things were turned upside down for the supermarket sector when the Government imposed a lockdown

How Esther became the nation’s granny

After a life dedicated to charity work and broadcasting, Dame Esther has much to celebrate. Yet her special day will also be spent thinking about the hundreds of children and young people contacting Childline because they are having a very