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Mirror.co.uk
A pregnant shopper has said an emotional thank you to Tesco workers who saved the life of her unborn baby in a supermarket aisle. Sophie Davison ...
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Would I really not buy Tesco (LSE: TSCO) shares at any price? Well, not literally not at any price — I mean, if you offered me yours for 50p apiece, I'd ...
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Express.co.uk
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Meet the new Tesco family. There's Jo, the mum (played by Gavin And Stacey's Ruth Jones), Roger, the dad (played by Ben Miller from The Armstrong ...
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BBC News
Supermarket giant Tesco made a loss of more than £6m after abandoning plans to build a new store in Lochaber, BBC Scotland has learned.
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Metro
We talked about how bad it was two years ago (after the Haggerston Tesco Tumblr called it 'the worst place on earth') and again a couple of months ...
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The Lincolnite
Police are searching for a man captured on CCTV at a Lincoln Tesco store around the time a bicycle was stolen. Officers say the man may be able to ...
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Metro
Rotting zombie heads, skeletons and pumpkins – anyone would think Tesco is just getting into the spirit of Halloween. But for some parents it's all too ...
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Two men in black masks snatched a Tesco worker's handbag after she locked up the store. Police were called to a report of a robbery at the Tesco ...
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TechRadar
We're big fans of the Tesco Hudl and Hudl 2. They provided a surprisingly accomplished tablet experience for not very much money at all. But if you ...
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Tesco Tech Support · Electrical Warranties · Tesco International Calling · Photo Centre · Home Electrical · Free next day collection from every store ...
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TESCO picks Mercareon platform for DCs in CEE
Tesco has changed the inbound goods processes used at its distribution centres in Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia and ...
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TESCO initiative prolongs fresh food 'for two extra days'
Under a new initiative to slash food waste, Tesco is removing a packaging stage within it
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