There are fresh fears for the future of Northampton high street with Marks and Spencer set to close and businesses claiming they're losing trade to a new out-of-town shopping centre.
The multi-million pound Rushden Lakes site opened last July and bosses insist it gives people more reason to visit the entire area.
But some of Northampton's independent stores say the town centre needs more investment to help them make ends meet.
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