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1000 jobs at risk as shoe chain enters administration
Discount shoe retailer Brantano has gone into administration for the second time in a year. Some 1,086 jobs are at risk after the business was hit by factors including the drop in the value of sterling following the Brexit vote.
More than 1000 jobs at risk as shoe retailer Brantano falls back into ...  
Shoe retailer Brantano goes into administration with 1000 jobs at risk  
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