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Austin Reed to cut 1000 jobs after administrators fail to find buyer
More than 1,000 jobs are to be lost with the closure of 120 Austin Reed outlets after administrators failed to find a buyer for the majority of the 116-year-old tailoring company's stores.
Austin Reed to close with loss of 1000 jobs  
1000 high street jobs to be lost as Austin Reed buyer refuses to take on 120 ...  
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The closures will also mean additional charges for some milk suppliers - already under pressure from low wholesale prices. 18:05, UK, Tuesday 31 May 2016.
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