Boots has 2,485 stores in the United Kingdom and employs 56,000 people.
A significant number of stores at the retail group could be axed under the WBA's major restructuring plans, less than a month after the firm's latest accounts showed that profits at Boots UK stores had plunged by 18.3 per cent a year ago.
If it pursued the closure of the 200-plus shops being examined, it would equate to just under 10% of the chain's standalone United Kingdom health and beauty outlets.
"The store is open and trading as usual".
Boots could be closing more than 200 of its stores.
Some of the biggest names in British retailing, including Debenhams, Homebase, Mothercare and New Look, have turned to formal restructuring processes to reduce their footprints and cut rents across their estates.
Prince Harry's sweet nod to Meghan as she misses garden party
Prince Harry attended the Buckingham Palace garden party on Wednesday, where he made a sweet gesture for his wife, Meghan Markle. Thomas Markle is less than impressed with Lifetime's Prince Harry and Meghan Markle film, "Harry And Meghan: Becoming Royal ".
Eden Hazard: Maybe now it's time for a new challenge
By contrast, Arsenal have lost five of their six major European finals, with their only victory coming in the 1994 Cup Winners' Cup against Parma. "I've taken my decision already".
Photographer Clobbered By What Could Be Worst First Pitch Of All
The high and very outside offering came before Chicago's 4-3 victory on Tuesday at Guaranteed Rate Field in Chicago. Georgia told NBC Sports Chicago after the incident that he and the camera were both fine.
The high street chain has a store on Grantham's High Street and a pharmacy on St Peter's Hill.
"We have recently announced the planned opening of a new flagship store in Covent Garden, London and the reinvention of our beauty business in 24 stores across the UK".
WBA was formed in 2014 after Walgreens agreed to purchases the remaining 55 per cent of Boots that it did not already own.
The company announced in February that 350 jobs are at risk in its Nottingham head office amid plans to trim headquarters staff costs by 20 per cent.
However, Boots has sought to deny rumours that Ashford's branch is amongst this number.
"In fact we're investing in our stores - last year, we completed a huge merchandising project to update our self-selection cosmetics areas in 2,200 of our stores".