Some retailers are operating reduced hours, while others have shut up shop altogether
Opening hours may be limited and vary from store to store today
Other supermarket chains are expected to follow suit
The supermarket claim they will raise £30m for charity over the next year
In May an online petition urged the government to force supermarkets to distribute unsold food among the needy
The proposal to allow supermarkets and other big retailers open for longer on Sundays was announced in George Osborne’s last budget
Building out-of-town superstores used to be the staple diet of the big supermarkets, but then the crash and the march of the discounters killed their development ambitions. Joanna Bourke reports on the new landscape for retailers and developers
The Government has missed the chance to use the revenue from the charge to promote sustainable alternatives
The grocer said people have been buying more as it lowered prices amid the fierce industry price war
The fastest growing jobs and recruiting site, Glassdoor identified the places with the friendliest atmosphere
Chief executive David Potts said the stores had become "part of the problem rather than the solution"
The men were accused of stealing food reportedly totalling to £33 out of Iceland bins last year
One of the men is to be tried in February for allegedly stealing cheese, mushrooms, tomatoes, and cake in the middle of the night last year
The United States is confronting yet another public shooting rampage tonight after police in Maryland confirmed that three people had been shot dead inside a shopping mall in Columbia, a suburb of Baltimore.
Supermarket sweep may just have saved TFL from further embarrassment