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IKEA is set to open its first second-hand storeCoronavirus: Ikea to close stores in UK & IrelandReports suggest further closures could still be announced following discussions with landlords, while rent reductions will be sought on many of the remaining branches.Marks & Spencer announce profits have fallenIt comes as the UK's biggest department store chain The best wooden Christmas trees to buy this year8 gin baubles to buy for your tree this yearOnce the 50 store closures are complete Debenhams will have around 116 stores remaining in the UK. "Government scheme credited for helping attract visitors to Urban Splash's Grade I listed Royal William YardThe Welsh Rich List has been released showing 20 richest people in WalesPlaid Cymru MP Liz Saville Roberts wants targeted ongoing support for worst impacted sectors of economyThe move is reportedly part of a restructure to get rid off loss-making stores and reduce the company's rent bill.Bureau, its office-oriented associate business, continues to trade and is not affected by Houseology's administration.The Belgium-owned chain's UK business was bought by a new vehicle, BrunchCo21, according to the CRR.Sir Michael Moritz remains the richest person in Wales, according to the new edition of The Sunday Times Rich ListThe retiring boss of Admiral giving a £10m cash thank you to staffformally entered administration at the start of AprilAmbitious plans for five-star Chester city centre hotel with rooftop pool to create 130 jobsThe chain has 25 shops in the UK, which are currently closed in line with government lockdown rules.The company continues to trade and existing orders will be carried out, CRR said. By continuing to browse this site you are agreeing to our use of cookies. You may be able to find more information about this and similar content at He told the BBC the collapse was "very sad for the staff, the city of Norwich and the customers".Huge Intergreen site hits the market with future operations unclear following Tesco contract lossCall for 'flexible' furlough and Eat Out to Help Out schemes to stop economy 'going off cliff'However, as part of a restructuring, Debenhams has struck deals with landlords to keep 120 stores open, according to the BBC.But which stores have already gone into administration in 2020?The bed retailer was put into pre-pack administration in June. It now appears all 240 stores will remain closed and 2,400 employees will lose their jobs, according to Wales Online.The online bathroom retailer collapsed at the end of February.Zeros will come up in Greenwich for kitchen giantThe book wholesaler, which was founded in a chicken shed in 1968, went into administration last week.The business employed around 199 members of staff, the majority of whom were placed on furlough before the administrators were appointed.Johnsons Shoes operates 12 stores under the brands Johnsons Shoes and Bowleys Fine Shoes.“We as a management team have done everything we can to try and save the iconic brands that we love.”The clothing retailer is reportedly placing the division that runs its 82 standalone branches into administration, according to ITV, which said 93 jobs are at risk.The chain of hearing and mobility stores reportedly called in Has lockdown changed your work and do you ever want to return to the office?The 50-year-old company had stores in Barnsley, Doncaster, Batley, Huddersfield, Castleford, Pontefract, Wakefield and Wetherby, and had been closed for business since lockdown, with its 70 staff on furlough.The new owners are reportedly negotiating a deal with the landlords for the remaining 16 properties.20 new jobs to be created as it takes on neighbouring plot in near-doubling of East Yorkshire site's footprintOak Furnitureland at Leeds Road Retail ParkThe UK arm of the luxury lingerie retailer fell into administration this month, putting more than 800 jobs at risk.