Struggling electrical retailer Comet is to cut another 735 jobs, administrators have announced.

These include 57 redundancies made at Comet's head office, as well as 603 jobs lost at the company's home delivery network, which operates from 12 hubs across the UK.

There have been no redundancies at any of the stores so far, but administrators Deloitte have warned there will inevitably be job losses among the 869 full-time and part-time employees who work in the 41 stores due to close.

Comet went into administration earlier this month after struggling in recent times to compete with online rivals such as Amazon as well as large supermarkets like Tesco that increasingly stock electrical goods. The retailers collapse comes after high street chains such as Woolworths, JJB Sports and Clinton Cards all went into administration.

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