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Debbie Pierce
Julie Meyer

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DVD and games rental firm Blockbuster has been sold to restructuring firm Gordon Brothers Europe.

Morrisons is buying 49 Blockbuster stores in a bid to expand the number of its Morrisons M local convenience stores.

Blockbuster is closing another 164 stores, putting around 800 jobs at risk.

Over 1,400 stores have been left at risk of closure or have already shut their doors after a disastrous month on the high street, with recent administrations threatening to push the national shop vacancy rate to a record high.

DVD and video game rental chain Blockbuster has become the latest victim of the crisis engulfing Britain's high street after it called in the administrators.

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