WH Smith has said it could axe up to 1,500 jobs after the pandemic pushed down the number of customers going into its stores.
It said that while shoppers were coming back to branches in airports and train stations it isn't near the levels seen before the coronavirus crisis.
If the job cuts go ahead, it will be the latest blow to the high street following lockdown.
WH Smith chief executive, Carl Cowling, said: "While we are mindful of the continuing uncertainties that exist, we are a resilient and versatile business.
"The operational actions we are taking along with the financing arrangements that are in place, put us in a strong position to navigate this time of uncertainty and we are well positioned to benefit in due course from the recovery of our key markets."
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