U.K. rail strike deserts rail stations and heavily impacts retail companies

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With their biggest strike for 30 years rolling over the U.K., British rail unions have brought 17.7 percent fewer shoppers to the greater London area, and 27 percent less to the city center compared to last week. Compared with the 2019 pre-Covid numbers, footfall was down 19.3 percent across U.K. ...

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