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Schadenfreude is a disagreeable trait in human nature. But most of us will at some time have fallen victim to the spiteful little voice which ricochets around the outer edges of our consciences, whispering gleefully, “Good. Serves them right.”
Greens in Scotland have criticised the vote by Labour, Conservative and Liberal Democrat MSPs to block a proposed tax on large retailers.
“Why don’t we have a campaign to break up Tesco?” This was the suggestion of the presenter of The Food Programme on BBC Radio 4
Human rights campaigners in Swansea are seeking the prosecution of Tesco stores for their trade in produce from Israeli settlements in Palestine. They accuse the company of misleading shoppers.
Given their substantial shareholdings in Tesco and other supermarkets, the Church Commissioner's probably won't be there.
Some good news for the Church of England (and the Methodist Church) at last it seems with regard to its investments.
The announcement that the Government has accepted the Competition Commission’s recommendation to enforce the Groceries Supply Code of Practice has been welcomed by the Church of England.
A school student campaign for fairer schoolwear has led to supermarket chain Tesco doubling the number of Fairtrade cotton school uniforms they stock.
Britain’s largest retailer Tesco will today come under fire over 7p an hour garment workers in Bangladesh as shareholders prepare to hail the company’s record £3 billion profits at its annual meeting.
Leading British retailers Tesco and Primark today are accused of cashing in on the recession with cheap fashion sales by exploiting overseas garment workers.
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A District Judge has refused to allow the Crown Prosecution Service to appeal against the acquittal of eight anti-arms trade activists who were...
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