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Some retailers that stayed open in pandemic net a £75m windfall

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Some retailers that traded in pandemic net a £75m windfall from tax break aimed at worst hit firms – while others hand cash back to the Treasury

A handful of retailers that have remained open throughout the pandemic could be set for a £75million windfall designed to help the worst hit companies in the sector.

Chancellor Rishi Sunak has left the door open for essential retailers to opt out of the latest full business rates holiday over the three months from the beginning of April.

A number of companies – including Iceland and Home Bargains – have been criticised for accepting the tax relief despite remaining…



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