Arcadia to cut 500 head office roles in post-coronavirus restructuring

Topshop's screens at its Oxford Street store

Arcadia plans to cut a fifth of its head office staff in a bid to cut costs following the coronavirus pandemic.

The embattled fashion group told staff in an email this morning that the restructuring will affect around 500 of its 2,500-strong head office workforce.

The move will reportedly affect teams including buying and design at Topshop, Miss Selfridge and Dorothy Perkins.

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