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Indian summer slows footfall decline

Warmer-than-average weather helped slow a drop footfall in retail destinations across the UK last week, the latest data from Springboard shows.

Overall, the number of shoppers dipped just 0.7%, thanks largely to the Indian summer.

The decline in footfall in high streets slowed to just 1.2%, driven by an improvement across Greater London, which was up 2.9%.

Shopping centres continued to fall, down 2.1%, while retail parks rose by 2.2%.

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