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Sep 16, 2016
Drop in profits at John Lewis NEARLY READY: Store manager James Prince at the new Leeds premises in July. 10:02Friday 16 September 2016 Have your say John Lewis said price cuts, increased pay and investment held it back in the first half of the year after the group reported a 15 per cent fall in profits. The group, which will open its Northern flagship store in Leeds in five weeks time, said pre-tax profits fell to £82m in the six months to July 30. John Lewis said Leeds is set to be its most forward thinking, experience-led store and will showcase the best Yorkshire products it can find , including brands such as Mason’s Yorkshire Gin, Harrogate Candle Company and fashion brand Cabba. There will be over 120 products designed or created, within a 30 mile radius of Leeds. Have you downloaded the free YEP app available on Android and iphone?