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(From Derby Evening Telegraph)
JOBS are under threat at four Derby stores as the economic gloom continued to spread yesterday.
First, the owner of toy and novelty gift chain Hawkin's Bazaar - which has a shop on level one of Westfield Derby - announced it gone into administration. Later, shoe retailer Barratts Priceless announced 1,600 jobs were to go after attempts to find a buyer for the concessions business failed.
It means the company will cease trading at Dorothy Perkins on level 2 at Westfield Derby.
Administrator Deloitte said it was still trying to find a …