John Lewis, Sainsbury's, Aldi and Primark have confirmed closures as a mark of respect
Supermarkets will want to avoid being seen as cashing in on the state funeral while staying open for as much time as possible
Here is what the bank holiday means for supermarket opening hours across Scotland on the day of the Queen's funeral.
Ahead of the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II, some UK supermarkets have announced that they will be shutting their doors across the nation out of "respect" — here's what you need to know
The UK's leading supermarkets are set to close or reduce their hours for the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II.
Supermarkets up and down the country are preparing plans to close their doors for Queen Elizabeth II's on Monday, it is being reported.
They are doing so out of a mark of respect
Retailers are not required to shut on the day, but it is likely that many will do so to mark the occasion – and for fear of attracting criticism
HUNDREDS of B&Q and Poundland stores will close for the Queen’s funeral on Monday, September 19. The Queen’s state funeral will be a bank holiday and several major retailers have no…