High Street Retailers are being discriminated against unfairly
Lockdown isn't what it says it is- amongst the anomolies, and let's be clear there are many of them, is the sight of not only large Food retailers still open and flagrantly selling items that would be found in 'Non essential' retail (whatever that is) but also the fact that on line competitors are stealing the High Street's breakfast, completely legally, under current regulations. Why are delivery drivers from the largest on line retailers out there every day delivering product that Bricks and Mortar shops can't, or rather are not allowed to, sell? Consumers are being educated to buy on line by the Government's own unfair regulations. Is there a law suit here??? Please try and support your physical stores, they have been discriminated against enough. Please note this comment is made by me and not by the company!