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Outrage as Tesco makes changes to Clubcard

Changes to Tesco’s Clubcard rewards scheme have sparked fury among some shoppers who say the “simplified” scheme will mean they will gain less from their points. Some also criticised the supermarket giant for not giving customers – including about 16 million active Clubcard users – any notice prior to …

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Just Eat offers £10 to woman after a driver sent her unwanted messages

Image caption Michelle said the driver’s behaviour was “outrageous” Just Eat offered a £10 voucher to a woman who complained a delivery driver sent her unwanted messages.Michelle Midwinter posted screenshots of the conversation on Twitter in which the man appears to call her “baby” and sends her a pair …

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McDonald's aims for fully recycled packaging by 2025

Fast food giant McDonald’s has said all its packaging worldwide will come from sustainable sources by 2025. The restaurant chain will aim to get all items like bags, straws, wrappers and cups from recycled or renewable materials, up from half currently.McDonald’s also wants 100% of its restaurants to recycle …

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Revealed: RBS's role in Carillion collapse

The taxpayer-backed Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) tightened the terms of its funding to the stricken Government contractor Carillion three days before it was forced to call in liquidators. Sky News has obtained a witness statement filed at the High Court by Keith Cochrane, its interim chief executive, which …

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Interview with Clark James Managing Director Paul Hulance

Franchise UK has asked MD of Clark James Recruitment, Paul Hulance, a bit about the Clark James business and how they have grown to become as successful as they are today. About Clark James Established in 2006 by two senior Directors of FTSE 100 Global Recruitment Consultancy, Clark James …

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Peter Hain accuses London law firm of 'whitewash'

A British peer has accused UK-based law firm Hogan Lovells of helping to cover up corruption in South Africa.The firm had carried out a “fatally flawed whitewash” after being hired to investigate alleged corruption at South Africa’s tax-collection agency, Lord Hain said in the House of Lords. Hogan Lovells …

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Carillion probe fast-tracked and widened

An investigation into the collapse of construction giant Carillion will be fast-tracked and “extended in scope”. Business Secretary Greg Clark gave the order that will see company directors past and present probed to discover if they “caused detriment to those owed money”. :: How Carillion’s demise could affect you:: …

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