More retailers join 'Nightmare on High Street'
28th June 2011
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The cast of Britain's 'Nightmare on High Street' grew on Tuesday as Carpetright and Thorntons became the latest to suffer from the retail tough conditions, hit by a brutal squeeze on incomes that has forced consumers to stop spending.

TJ Hughes, the Liverpool-based discount department store chain said on Tuesday that it intends to appoint an administrator over the next 10 days unless a buyer can be found for the business.Around 4,000 jobs across 57 stores are at risk at the chain, which was bought out by its management team in March following a difficult trading period.


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