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The Federation of Independent Retailers (NFRN) National President Stuart Reddish has welcomed news of further support from the Chancellor.

He said: “Retailers are facing an uncertain time and in the coming days we will be talking to our members about the help that has been announced and anything more that they require. We will then make sure the Chancellor knows what more is needed.”

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