Jun 4, 2020

Debenhams to start reopening shops after lockdown

AFP Debenhams is to reopen its first stores in Northern Ireland on Monday, followed by 50 shops in England the week after. 17 stores will remain closed for good when coronavirus lockdown restrictions are lifted. Debenhams had threatened to close them if it did not get the same level of support enjoyed by its stores in England. "Our reopening plans follow the successful conclusion of lease negotiations on 120 stores, meaning that the vast majority of our stores will be reopening." Debenhams has also been cutting jobs at its head office and closing the majority of its store cafes in a bid to cut costs and become a leaner business.

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