The British Retail Consortium and Local Data Company found that fashion retailers had been hardest hit.
One in seven people testing positive are not being asked to share details of their contacts.
Confirmation that rules will be relaxed for fully vaccinated travellers from the US arriving in Britain led to a spike in bookings.
More than 14 million homes and businesses will be upgraded over the next seven years in a major push to make the UK ‘fibre fit for the future’.
MPs said disabled people were considerably less likely to be in employment than non-disabled people and still faced ‘unacceptable barriers’.
Researchers at Oxford University described their findings as ‘concerning’.
Fat mass is the main obesity-related risk factor for some cancers including those of the liver, stomach, oesophagus and pancreas, the study found.
Scientists said ‘invasion costs were increasing rapidly over time’.
The Prince of Wales was shown the work of the environmental group by locals Dorcas and Allan Sinclair.
The Assembly’s Health Committee was told of ‘enormous concern’ at the slow uptake of vaccines among the 18 to 29 age group.
The Met Office said the newly named storm will bring ‘unseasonably strong winds and heavy rain’.
The rapper called the expansion of the university programme ‘an incredible milestone’.
This week the Government said it was expanding its daily contact testing for front line sectors as an alternative to isolation.
Donna Jones said in a letter to Priti Patel that the decision was deeply disappointing.
The Indian cookery book was accompanied by a £20 note and a letter of apology.
The vast majority of absent staff are self-isolating after being identified as close contacts of someone else who has contracted the virus.
Dr Alix Dietzel said her sister, who lives in Switzerland, has only met her young daughter once.