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Daily update 6 April 2017
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According to a poll by broker Bernstein, 70% of investors with a shareholding in Tesco or Booker would vote in favour of the deal, if the question were ...
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A ready meal has been removed from supermarket shelves across Birmingham and throughout the West Midlands. The move from Tesco comes after ...
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Local police and a Tesco store in Stockton-on-Tees are leading the novel approach to tackling anti-social behaviour, after police claim the problem is ...
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Tesco has also recalled three Krunchi Cake Rusk Original packs because they contain egg, wheat and milk which are not correctly declared on the ...
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However the court heard that when they got there, they found the Tesco worker in possession of images and videos of people having bestial sex.
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LONDON — Analysts at Bernstein have been surveying investors to get their take on Tesco's planned mega-merger with wholesale food retailer ...
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Police are investigating whether or not the assault outside the supermarket in Corstorphine may be linked to other acts of disorder in the area. Wheelie ...
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Tesco has announced plans to axe its 24 hour shopping service in eight Tesco Extra stores, placing 3000 jobs in jeopardy. The eight stores affected ...
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Tesco-Booker merger uncertainty is opportunity for symbols
Symbol groups should enjoy the “painful” uncertainty caused by the Tesco-Booker merger and capitalise on the opportunity to sign up new members, ...
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Tesco night-shift cuts to hit thousands of jobs
Tesco night-shift cuts to hit thousands of jobs. Shakeup of stores could affect up to 3,000 workers Around the clock trading will stop at eight outlets.
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