Monday, July 2, 2007

Kwik Save’s 3,000 workers are now entering their sixth week without pay. Scottish music retailer Fopp, collapsed. Its administrators have closed the shops to assess the gravity of the company’s financial position

High street faces wave of job losses

Clothing retailers have been suffering after one of the wettest Junes in recent memory, forcing a number of chains to launch their summer sales early. 'You can't sell ice-cream when it's 15 degrees,' said one influential store chief. 'Clothing is generally soft, the economy is getting tougher.'

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One thought on “Kwik Save’s 3,000 workers are now entering their sixth week without pay. Scottish music retailer Fopp, collapsed. Its administrators have closed the shops to assess the gravity of the company’s financial position

  • Well,

    Any new job creation schemes up your sleeve Mr. Brown?

    We’ve had the changes to stamp duty, the regulation, the expanse in management in education and health and local authorites and central government, so where next?

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