Debenhams is the next well-known retailer to file for administration during the coronavirus lockdown. The troubled department store has described it as a ‘light-touch’ administration, saying it will continue to...
From Thomas Cook to Mothercare, 2019 saw a string of well-known companies collapse, and we could say goodbye to more in 2020. If it happens to a retailer, venue, or holiday company you’ve bought something from, it doesn’t have to mean your money is lost.
Fashion and furniture chain, Laura Ashley, has filed for administration after talks to save the company were halted by the coronavirus pandemic. The company said the virus had ‘an immediate...
Department store chain Beales has fallen into administration, after failing to find a last-minute buyer. UPDATE: All remaining Beales stores will close on Thursday 19 March, two weeks ahead of...
Mothercare is in talks with administrators. Find out what you need to know about shopping at the baby and child store, as well as your rights if you have recently bought from Mothercare and it goes into administration.
With thousands of holidaymakers abroad and many booked to travel with Thomas Cook in the upcoming months, we explain your rights if it goes into administration.
Specialist bathroom company Bathstore is the latest retailer to go into administration, just months after Better Bathrooms. Find out what you can do if you've recently bought from Bathstore or have a faulty Bathstore product.
Debenhams' parent company has collapsed into administration but its stores are under new ownership so are operating as usual.
HMV has been placed into administration - we explain your rights with gift vouchers and refunds when a retailer goes bust.
Budget airline Cobalt has cancelled all flights leaving holidaymakers stranded. The Cypriot national carrier which flew to 23 destinations and operated flights at Heathrow, Stansted, Gatwick and Manchester, has advised customers not to travel to the airport.