Alys Key

(Staff)

Retail and leisure reporter

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June 2018 articles

Poundworld crashed into administration yesterday, putting more than 300 stores and 5,000 jobs at risk amid conditions described [...]

12 June
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Gift and card maker IG Design Group is eyeing acquisition possibilities as it wraps up a year of bumper profits. [...]

11 June
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Poundworld has gone into administration today following the collapse last week of talks with a rescue buyer. [...]

11 June
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We all know the feeling. After a really tough day at work, there's nothing you want more than to throw something. [...]

11 June
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One in three British people are worried that robots could take over the world, even though UK residents are the least worried [...]

11 June
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Celebrity jeweller Nirav Modi has claimed political asylum in the UK after fleeing fraud charges in India. [...]

11 June
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Sainsbury's chief executive is in line for a million pound pay rise this year, the supermarket revealed today. [...]

8 June
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Lush has pulled its controversial "spy cops" campaign from stores, citing the safety of its staff. [...]

8 June
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As House of Fraser reveals its dramatic restructuring plans, pressure continues to grow for government and the industry to take [...]

8 June
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Bookshops are calling on the government to give them a pubs-style business rates relief package. [...]

8 June
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Fuller, Smith and Turner reported market-beating growth this morning, despite flat beer sales. [...]

8 June
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Games Workshop handed £5m in bonuses to its staff this year after profits almost doubled again. [...]

8 June
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Lloyds Banking Group has sold off the last of its shares in Standard Life Aberdeen. [...]

8 June
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Tesco boss Dave Lewis has joined the outcry against business rates, blaming the system for the carnage on the high street. [...]

8 June
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A company voluntary arrangement (CVA) is a type of insolvency process used to pay creditors over a fixed period. It means a [...]

7 June
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