Debenhams has announced a shake-up strategy aimed at boosting its appeal by investing in its in-store cafes and improving its online offering.
The plan includes a review of up to 10 of its 176 UK stores for possible closure over the next five years.
A central distribution warehouse in Northampton and about 10 smaller warehouses could also close with a potential loss of 200 jobs.
Debenhams saw half-year pre-tax profits fall by 6.4% to £87.8m.
Its shares fell by 3.5% following the announcement.
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