B&Q owner Kingfisher to return £130m in Covid rates relief

This morning it was the turn of Kingfisher, the owner of B&Q and Screwfix, to reveal itself – it will not take about £130m in rates relief, much less than the big supermarkets, but sufficient for it to have to issue revised profits guidance for the year.

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