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Debenhams closure: the case for a national programme to fill empty department stores

By Griff Round, Lecturer in Marketing, Keele University
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Debenhams, one of the UK’s leading department stores chains, is set to permanently close its 97 remaining outlets in England and Wales during the first two weeks in May. Having already closed its Scottish stores and the flagship on London’s Oxford Street, it will mark the end of Debenhams as a bricks and mortar operator. The brand alone will survive, having…

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