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Tesco 'fictional farms' may be misleading - BBC News


BBC News

Tesco 'fictional farms' may be misleading
BBC News
Britain's farmers have said Tesco's fresh produce labelled with "fictional farm" brands may be misleading. Despite the British sounding names, the "farms" do not exist and the produce is often sourced from abroad. The National Farmers' Union (NFU) says ...
Tesco faces 'fictional labelling' criticismBelfast Telegraph
Tesco launches range of products named after farms that don't actually existThe Independent

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Households 'worse off' after Brexit

A think tank says that if the UK leaves the EU it could cost households up to £1,700 a year, but Vote Leave calls the findings "ridiculous".

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RBS axes investment division roles

Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is to axe 448 jobs within its investment banking arm as part of a drive to cut costs and make the bank smaller.

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The takeaway worker turned IT boss

The former takeaway worker who set up a fast-growing IT firm

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It's time for the UK to do business with Argentina - Telegraph.co.uk


Telegraph.co.uk

It's time for the UK to do business with Argentina
Telegraph.co.uk
Ever the politician, George Osborne chose, in addressing UK business leaders at Davos, to see the positive in today's ?dangerous cocktail of risks?. Plunging oil prices, rising US interest rates and a slowing Chinese economy were all signs of a global ...

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