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Toys "R" Us Shutting Down All UK Stores

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The UK wing of Toys "R" Us is shutting down entirely.

Twenty Five Toys "R" Us stores have closed over the past few days.

The 75 other stores are expected to close within the next six weeks. Approximately 3,000 jobs will be lost.

The stores' merchandise will be extremely discounted prior to closures.

Nearly 300 Toys "R" Us stores have closed in the US..

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