The company is battling to keep its brand alive in the UKRead the full story ›
The company has struggled to keep up during a turbulent period for British high streets.Read the full story ›
The store closures will be carried out through a company voluntary arrangement (CVA) that will see 50 stores close.Read the full story ›
Like-for-like sales at the baby retailer fell 7.2% in store, while online sales tumbled 6.9% in the 12 weeks to December 30.Read the full story ›
A mother says she was left "shocked and upset" after being told she could not breastfeed her three-month-old son in Mothercare.Read the full story ›
Sainsbury's chief executive Justin King has told ITV News that the chain's popular toys range is "new competition" for businesses like Mothercare, whose shares fell 30% today.
Mothercare shares ends day still down 30 percent - haven't recovered from early slump this morning
Shares in Mothercare fell by 30% today after the chain fell victim to fierce Christmas price wars.
Shares in the babycare products chain sank 126p to 294p after confidence in its turnaround plan was hit by today's profits warning.
Mothercare blamed a 9.9% plunge in UK sales on the "highly promotional" nature of the Christmas period and lower footfall.