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House of Fraser.

One of the UK’s biggest department stores collapsed — but was almost immediately rescued by a billionaire sports tycoon

EY, one of the "Big Four" accountants, have been appointed as administrators. House of Fraser, which employs 17,500 people across the UK, will continue to trading while EY tried to find a buyer for part or all of the business.
Closing down signs sit on the window of Toys R Us in New Kent Road on February 19, 2018 in London, England.

5,500 jobs at risk as Maplin and Toys R Us go bust — and Maplin blames Brexit

Maplin was hit by "a combination of impacts from sterling devaluation post-Brexit, a weak consumer environment and the withdrawal of credit insurance."
A man passes a clothing shop holding a closing down sale in London October 20, 2010.

The High Street spending crisis is starting to claim scalps with a 28% increase in shops going bust

2017 saw an uptick in the number of shops going bust for the first time in five years, new data from Deloitte shows.

Administrators say action over Jaeger’s controversial trademark sale is unlikely

Jaeger collapsed in April with debts of over £80 million.

Collapsed fashion house Jaeger will repay just 2p for every pound it owes to its £50 million creditors

Unsecured creditors across the four trading companies which make up the brand are owed £49.17 million in total.