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Mary Portas Disappointed By Coalition Plans To Help High Streets

Posted at 8:05AM Friday 30 Mar 2012

The government will on Friday announce plans to pump more than £10m into run-down high streets around the country as it responds to last year's independent review by TV retail guru Mary Portas, but is already coming under fire for failing to support some of the report's hardest-hitting recommendations.

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