Britain’s favourite designer label and high street brand retailer offers money saving deals on number one discount codes website

Littlewoods is offering UK shoppers as much as 50 per cent off of the store’s huge variety of designer labels and high street brands when they buy through top vouchers site DiscountVouchers.co.uk. The website has announced that it has teamed up with the top retailer to provide shoppers with discount codes that can be used against clothing, footwear, home electrical appliances and many more items.

In addition, customers can bag themselves money saving deals on top fashion and footwear when they enter the Littlewoods discount codes, claimed by logging onto the website. Top fashion deals at the moment are 3 for 2 on jersey tops and huge 75% discounts on items in the Warehouse Clearance.

Big deals such as 50 per cent off home and electrical goods can be found, whilst other appliances have had their prices slashed by up to 20% when customers use the Littlewoods voucher codes and log onto money-saving website DiscountVouchers.co.uk. When customers use the website they can also claim free delivery on items purchased online on the Littlewoods website.

Simon Terry, spokesperson for DiscountVouchers.co.uk, commented, “As a top retailer for famous brands and fashion designs we are proud to give our shoppers the opportunity to claim huge discounts off our best products. The deals come at a perfect time for those struggling to save money in the downfall.”

DiscountVouchers.co.uk is offering deals from a huge array UK high street retailers and specialist retailers including Tesco, Marks & Spencer, lastminute.com, Travelodge, Sainsbury’s, First Choice, and Boden.

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Co-operative Crowned Responsible Retailer For Fourth Year Running

The Co-operative Group has been crowned Responsible Retailer of the Year at the prestigious Oracle Retail Week Awards 2011, which recognise the very best in UK retailing.

It is the fourth year running that the consumer-owned retailer has taken the fiercely contested title, but the judges said The Co-operative was a clear winner and still “streets ahead” in the responsible retailing stakes.

The Co-operative, which raised the bar further in February with the launch of its groundbreaking Ethical Operating Plan, beat Asda, B&Q, Marks and Spencer, Morrisons, Sainsbury’s and Tesco to take the coveted “green” award.

The depth of The Co-operative’s commitment to being a responsible business and the sheer scope of its initiatives, from inspiring young people to tackling global poverty, impressed the judges.

Peter Marks, Group Chief Executive, The Co-operative Group, said: “The Retail Week Awards recognise the very best in the highly competitive UK retailing industry, not just the grocery sector, so to win this particular accolade four years in succession is an incredible achievement.

“However, as the launch of The Co-operative Ethical Plan demonstrates, we are not resting on our laurels, and this award recognises the hard work and commitment of colleagues across the Group in delivering our Co-operative difference and campaigning for what we believe in, supported by our members and customers.”

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