More than 800 jobs are on the line after the UK arm of retailer Victoria's Secret collapsed into administration.

Around 25 stores are at risk after the lingerie retailer called in Deloitte for a 'light touch' administration after being hit by the closure of stores during the coronavirus crisis.

In Scotland, the brand's flagship store is on Glasgow's Buchanan Street, meaning jobs within the city centre are at risk.

The store in Buchanan Street opened in 2018 in the place of Buchanan Galleries former H&M premises, after previously opening a shop in Glasgow Airport in 2015.

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Deloitte administrator Rob Harding said: "This is yet another blow to the UK high street and a further example of the impact the Covid-19 pandemic is having on the entire retail industry.

"The effect of the lockdowns, combined with broader challenges facing bricks and mortar retailers, has resulted in a funding requirement for this business, resulting in today's administration.

"We will now work with the existing management team and broader stakeholders to assess all options available for the future of the business.

"As administrators we'd like to thank them and all of the employees for their support, at what we appreciate is a difficult time."