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Austin Reed closes 120 shops after going into administration last month ...
But 116 years after it sold its first suit, Austin Reed looks set to disappear from the High Street for good. Administrators announced yesterday that all 120 of Austin Reed's shops will close by the end of June, costing around 1,000 jobs.
Signs the bloodbath on the high street may be over  
Austin Reed to close with loss of 1000 jobs  
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