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Revealed: Marks and Spencer is the UK

The Daily Mail 26 Feb 2024
Where did YOUR supermarket rank? ... Iceland finished top in Which?'s separate online supermarkets table with a customer score of 80 per cent as many heaped praise on the 'helpful delivery staff' and its easy to navigate website.
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Female barrister wins gender pay case against Centz discount retailer

The Irish Times 22 Feb 2024
... Republic of Ireland franchise for supermarket chain Iceland up to its liquidation in early 2023 – failed to come and give evidence on the second day of hearing as his legal team originally planned.
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Discount retailer Centz ordered to pay €77k in gender pay discrimination case

RTE 22 Feb 2024
... Republic of Ireland franchise for supermarket chain Iceland up to its liquidation in early 2023 – failed to come and give evidence on the second day of hearing as his legal team originally planned.
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‘Historically high’ baby formula prices sparks competition watchdog investigation

Metro UK 20 Feb 2024
... presence’ in supermarkets ... Aldi is one of the few supermarkets to sell generic formula milk ... Some supermarkets have even broken the law to let shoppers use cash alternatives, including Asda and Iceland.
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The UK supermarket rewards schemes that are actually worth your loyalty

Metro UK 05 Feb 2024
Is it worth swapping your supermarket to make the most of loyalty points? (Picture ... We’ve all seen the deals in our local supermarkets offering money off everyday groceries for those who have signed up to their loyalty scheme.
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Labour mustn’t be starry eyed about its whirlwind romance with big business and the City

The Observer 04 Feb 2024
This romance invites the question ... Shortly before the schmoozefest at the Oval, Labour was delighted by an endorsement from Richard Walker, the boss of the Iceland supermarket chain and an erstwhile donor to the Tories ... Don’t ask about journalists ... .
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“Sick to death of chaos”: Iceland boss Richard Walker on leaving the Conservatives

New Statesman 03 Feb 2024
Iceland, the supermarket chain of which Walker is the executive chair – his father opened the first store in Oswestry, Shropshire in 1970 – is a business at the sharp end of many of the issues that have defined British politics in recent years.
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UK opposition Labour courts business before election

Victoria Advocate 31 Jan 2024
Keir Starmer's party was boosted this week by news that the chairman of British supermarket Iceland was switching his support to Labour from the Conservatives ... UK business remains hampered by high inflation and stagnant growth ... ....
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Iceland supermarket boss and ex-Tory donor backs Starmer for PM

The Guardian 29 Jan 2024
Richard Walker The former Conservative donor who chairs Iceland supermarket has publicly backed Keir Starmer to be the next prime minister, saying ...
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Iceland supermarket boss backs Keir Starmer as next PM after abandoning Tories

The Mirror 29 Jan 2024
Iceland executive chairman Richard Walker, a former Tory donor who had considered becoming an MP, quit the party in disgust last year with a warning it had 'lost its way' ... .
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Iceland boss who donated to Tories has switched his backing to Labour

Metro UK 29 Jan 2024
The executive chairman of Iceland has thrown his weight behind Keir Starmer after quitting the Tories ... Iceland is among five major supermarkets which have recently promised to pass a 7% retail price cut by the makers of Aptamil formula onto customers.
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Monday briefing: Why British generals and ministers are worried about the future of the military

The Guardian 29 Jan 2024
The former Conservative donor who chairs Iceland supermarket, Richard Walker, has publicly backed Keir Starmer to be the next prime minister, saying the Labour leader understands how the cost of ...
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LadBaby boost Metro campaign to help struggling families as it hits 85,000 signatures

Metro UK 22 Jan 2024
Alongside our Formula for Change campaign, supermarket giant Iceland is making a cross-party appeal for an amendment to the competition bill around baby formula prices.
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A British expat moved to Iceland and struggled to adjust to the seasonal darkness and ...

Business Insider 20 Jan 2024
Grace Dean/Business InsiderSonia Nicolson moved to Iceland eight years ago ... A British expat in Iceland says that her kids are safe, she can enjoy nature, and healthcare is cheap and high-quality, even if it can be hard to befriend the locals.

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