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Peers have accused supermarkets of not doing enough to tackle the “morally repugnant” levels of food waste in Britain. A report from the Lords EU Committee accuses the businesses of failing to “take their responsibilities sufficiently seriously” by applying pressure to consumers and producers of food.
USDAW press release Shopworkers need protection and Government sentencing guidelines don’t go far enough says Usdaw Shopworkers trade union leader John Hannett ...
Labour press release Michael Dugher MP, Labour's Shadow Minister for the Cabinet Office, responding to David Cameron's comments on "supermarket sociology", said: ...
John Woodcock MP press release Responding to reports that Home Office minister Norman Baker has advocated the sale of so-called legal highs through licensed high...
David Gauke said the disappointing public sector borrowing figures showed the need to stick for the Government to stick to its economic plan. “I think the point t...
Labour press release Chris Leslie MP, Labour's Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury, responding to today's public sector finance figures, said: "These figures ...
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