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Debenhams bows out after 200 years leaving town centres counting the cost

  Venerable department store chain closes its doors as other retailers struggle to survive on the high street * Shoppers and staff react to store closures There were queues of bargain hunters at the tills atDebenhams in Sheffield but it had the feel of a market hall rather than a department store chain that can trace its roots back more than 240 years. Large areas were roped off with black and yellow tape, the beauty department had been stripped bare with some brand names now obscured by black spray paint, while the lingerie display was little more than four cardboard boxes of bras. Continue reading... .. Full story on theguardian.com 

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