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Annual Report and Accounts
January 2011

Annual Report and Accounts for the year ended 29 January 2011

Next is a UK based retailer offering exciting, beautifully designed, excellent quality clothing, footwear, accessories and home products. Next distributes through three main channels: Next Retail, a chain of more than 500 stores in the UK and eire, Next Directory, a home shopping catalogue and website with nearly 3 million active customers, and Next International, with more than 180 stores around the world. Next also has a growing website capability in more than 30 countries.

1 the Year in Summary Business reports 2 Chairman’s Statement 3 Directors’ Report & Business Review 4 Chief executive’s Review 13 Key Performance Indicators 14 Risks & Uncertainties 16 employees 16 Social & environmental Matters 19 Annual General Meeting & Other Matters Governance 23 Directors’ Responsibility Statement 24 Directors and Officers 25 Corporate Governance 29 Remuneration Report 41 Independent Auditor’s Report Financials 43 Consolidated Income Statement 44 Consolidated Statement of Comprehensive Income 45 Consolidated Balance Sheet 46 Consolidated Statement of Changes in equity 47 Consolidated Cash Flow Statement 48 Company Balance Sheet 49 Company Statement of Comprehensive Income 49 Company Statement of Changes in equity 50 Company Cash Flow Statement Notes to the accounts 51 Accounting Policies 56 Notes to the Consolidated Financial Statements 82 Notes to the Parent Company Financial Statements Additional Information 85 Group Companies 86 Half Year and Sector Analysis 86 Five Year History 87 Notice of Meeting 93 Shareholder Information

Forward Looking Statements this Report and Accounts contains “forward looking statements” which are all matters that are not historical facts, including anticipated financial and operational performance, business prospects…...

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