Debenhams is closing six stores, including the flagship store in London, with 320 job cuts
Department store chain Debenhams has said it will permanently close six stores, including the flagship Oxford St store
Department store chain Debenhams has said it will permanently close six stores, including flagship store Oxford St, with the loss of 320 jobs.
And staff at stores in Portsmouth, Staines, Harrogate, Weymouth and Worcester were told last week that they will not reopen.
A liquidation lawsuit began last month after it failed to bring in a last-minute bailout.
Administrator FRP Advisory said it continues to talk to potential suitors about selling the entire company or parts of it. It still plans to reopen as many stores as possible to sell from stock, despite coronavirus restrictions keeping non-essential retailers closed. The chain continues to sell its stock through its online platform