Retailer forced to send staff home after roadworks disrupt footfall

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A retailer was forced to send a member of staff home after being unable to pay him, following a drop in footfall caused by emergency roadworks being carried out by Electricity North West.  Leah Brooks, of Stalybridge Post Office in Cheshire, said: “The works have made it hard for customers to access the store, which has made it difficult to pay staff because we aren’t making…

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