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Tesco begins plastic-free trial for selection of fruit and veg 24 Mar 8:01pm Tesco begins plastic-free trial for selection of fruit and veg
Only loose versions of 45 products will be sold in Extra stores in Watford and Swindon
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Autonomy founder Mike Lynch faces UK high court and fresh charges in US 24 Mar 3:20pm Autonomy founder Mike Lynch faces UK high court and fresh charges in US
Civil case opens in London as new American indictment alleges conspiracy Autonomy founder Mike Lynch will on Monday begin his high court defence against accusations that he perpetrated a $5bn (£3.8bn) fraud, as US prosecutors unveiled fresh criminal charges accusing the British businessman of a cover-up. Lawyers for Lynch will start their fight in London’s high court against a civil case brought by HP’s successor companies, who allege he fraudulently inflated the value of the Cambridge-based software firm Autonomy ahead of
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Motorway meals: how 60 years of the service station has shaped how Britain eats 24 Mar 10:00am Motorway meals: how 60 years of the service station has shaped how Britain eats
The first service station opened in Watford Gap in 1959 – and the motorway meal was born. What does its evolution tell us about British tastes, past and present? On a drizzly day, Britain isn’t looking – or tasting – its best. I’m at
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The Europe Union has bigger problems to deal with than Brexit | Larry Elliott 24 Mar 8:09am The Europe Union has bigger problems to deal with than Brexit | Larry Elliott
The next recession will expose the eurozone as a half-baked project in need of leadership As the clock has ticked down towards Brexit, the state of the UK has attracted even more attention than normal. Every scrap of official data and every survey of business opinion have been pored over by leavers and remainers alike. Much less attention, understandably enough, has been paid to what is happening in the rest of the European Union, where the recent news has been poor. The frustration of the leaders of the other 27 EU countries towards Theresa May is that Europe has plenty of issues that need addressing, with Brexit not even the most serious of them.
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Household bills: loyalty doesn’t pay … and it’s the elderly who pay the price 24 Mar 4:00am Household bills: loyalty doesn’t pay … and it’s the elderly who pay the price
Switching supplier after years seems counterintuitive. But that can cost the most vulnerable customers £200 or more a yearWhen it comes to navigating the vast array of suppliers, offers and tariffs for insurance, broadband, television and other services, there is one strategy consumers are told to use to ensure they get the best deal – keep switching. Although frequently seen as being a cumbersome and time-consuming process, moving from one provider to another has become the best way to avoid overpaying by hundreds of pounds a year.
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As government flounders, investors find a way to curb executive pay 24 Mar 3:00am As government flounders, investors find a way to curb executive pay
An unlikely hero – the Investment Association – is wading into pension inequality with a simple, compelling propositionWhen the former Royal Bank of Scotland boss Fred Goodwin reluctantly agreed, in the wake of the bank’s collapse and nationalisation, to
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Advice for Brexit bosses who fear they ‘can’t get the staff’ 24 Mar 2:59am Advice for Brexit bosses who fear they ‘can’t get the staff’
Avoiding the B word, (no, not Barcelona) will be tricky at the British Chambers of Commerce conference this weekAs aficionados of 1970s situation comedy know well, Basil Fawlty did not support the UK’s entering the “continent”, but graciously pledged to make as good a stab at it as he could. “I didn’t vote for it myself, quite honestly, but now that we’re in I’m determined to make it work,” he told a family of unfortunate German visitors staying at his terrible Torquay hotel. That was just after a bump on the head was to have disastrous consequences, causing Fawlty to ignore his own advice and repeatedly
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May can’t shirk the blame for a Brexit crisis she created | William Keegan 24 Mar 2:59am May can’t shirk the blame for a Brexit crisis she created | William Keegan
Her attempt to frighten everyone by talking up no-deal amounts to almost criminal negligence with the economy‘People,” a civil servant friend of mine once observed, “are divided into two distinct groups: those who blame others, and those who blame themselves.” After her
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