Debenhams - Formed a separate company in 1998 Etham and Tammy - Shops were closed shortly after being purchased in 2005 Hawkshead - Sold to Rubicon Retail in c.2002 Innovations - Sold to GUS in 1997 Peter Robinson - Converted into TopShop in 1964 Principles - Sold to Rubicon Retail in c.2002 Principles for Men - Closed in c.2000 Racing Green - Sold to Rubicon Retail in c.2002 Richards - Closed shortly after purchasing in 1999 SU214 - Closed in c.2000 Wade Smith - Sold in c.2002 BHS - Sold to Retail Acquisitions Ltd in 2015 Warehouse - sold to Rubicon Retail in c.2002 What does administration mean for Arcadia? Stores and the online business will continue to trade as normal, the group said last night. … [Read more...] about What shops are in Philip Green’s Arcadia Group and what happens during administration?
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He told a briefing: “We have stability studies now really supporting the evidence for being able to transport up to six hours at 2C to 8C degrees, so you can really take vials from the vaccination centre – one of the large ones – put them in a bag at 2C to 8C, and take them to the care homes where they can be administered directly to the patients.” … [Read more...] about Matt Hancock outlines three ways vaccine jabs will be given out in coming months
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