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John Lewis Sinks to £99 Million Loss as Shoppers Cut Back

  • Workers will be paid a £500 bonus to ease living-cost crisis
  • Retailer says it’s forgoing profit to help staff and customers
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John Lewis Partnership Plc blamed the UK’s “unprecedented cost-of-living crisis” as it posted a loss of £99 million ($114 million) in the first half of the year.