Retail chains swerving the High Street slowdown: Hotel Chocolat, Games Workshop and Lush

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The scale of the crisis was encapsulated by the latest BRC-Springboard figures, which found that a tenth of town centre shops currently stand empty - the highest level of vacancies in four years.
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