The High Street chemist, owned by Walgreens Boots Alliance, has put more than 200 stores under review, with closures to come into force within two years. Profits plunged 18.3 percent, it was revealed in May, as the retailer became the latest victim of Britain’s crumbling high street. Revenue fell £6.8billion – 2.3 percent – and the number of those on the Boots Advantage Card loyalty scheme also dropped from 14.6million to 14.4million.
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