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London — Britain’s retail industry suffered a fresh blow, with two high-profile department stores cutting hundreds of jobs in response to the coronavirus crisis.

Harrods, the luxury emporium, is planning to cull as much as 14% of its 4,800-strong workforce. John Lewis, a mass-market retailer, said some shops will not reopen following the lockdown and warned that it may not pay a bonus to its employee-owners in 2020. It would be the first time there was no payout since World War 2...

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