Tag Archives: Tesco

Liar, liar … pants on fire!

I’m sorry about my juvenile tantrum, but this recent news has got me stamping my tinies. Perhaps some culture would help me redeem myself? Thanks to Sir Walter Scott for this one… “Oh! What a tangled web we weave, when … Continue reading

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Advice to fat cats – engage brain before opening mouth!

  I am incandescent! Reading about Sir Terry Leahy’s glib comments on Dessert Island Discs took me from rant to full-blown rage in less than 60 seconds. 

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Why Tesco backed the wrong horse.

Are food processors backing the wrong horse? If you haven’t heard all the furore about horsemeat found in burgers, I don’t know where you’ve been hiding for the past couple of weeks. 

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Every little helps; or does it?

We have a very strange relationship with supermarkets. You’d have to be a Zen master to go through your life without being emotionally unscathed by them, but – love them or hate them – it seems they’re here to stay.

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