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We’re pricing the poor out of food in the UK – that’s why I’m launching my own price index

The Observer 23 Jan 2022
The managing director of Iceland, Richard Walker, stated on ITV on Friday that his stores were losing customers “to food banks, and to hunger” ... Iceland has pledged to keep its £1 lines at the flat rate of £1 until the end of the year, a commitment to customers at the sharp end that is rare in the cut-throat world of supermarket retail.
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Inflation: Four things rising in price and why

BBC News 23 Jan 2022
Supermarkets are facing cost pressures of their own from logistics, manufacturing, farming and distribution ... Richard Walker, boss of supermarket chain Iceland, says he has been seeing an "alarming" rise in the use of food banks.
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Rising food prices drive UK inflation to 30-year high

Beijing News 21 Jan 2022
LONDON, England. Consumer prices in the UK have risen at their fastest rate in nearly 30 years, but experts warn that the worst is still to come ... Richard Walker, head of supermarket chain Iceland, said he was seeing an alarming rise in the use of food banks, adding, "There may be some people facing a choice between heating or eating ... ....
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Services near standstill as Finnebrogue Artisan warns of halt in production

Belfast Telegraph 06 Jan 2022
“F ... That is the same regime which is in place in England and Wales ... — ... Richard Walker, the head of supermarket chain Iceland, has called for the seven-day period to be cut ... It is a major supplier to supermarkets around the UK ... “. “Iceland boss Richard Walker has called for isolation to be cut to five days ... ——. Speaking to Sky News, Mr Walker said ... .
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Finnebrogue Artisan says production could be hit if seven-day Covid isolation continues

Belfast Telegraph 06 Jan 2022
“F ... That is the same regime which is in place in England and Wales ... — ... Richard Walker, the head of supermarket chain Iceland, has called for the seven-day period to be cut ... It is a major supplier to supermarkets around the UK ... “. “Iceland boss Richard Walker has called for isolation to be cut to five days ... ——. Speaking to Sky News, Mr Walker said ... .
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Production near standstill at Finnebrogue Artisan with seven-day Covid isolation ‘crippling capacity’ at Co Down food firm

Belfast Telegraph 06 Jan 2022
“F ... That is the same regime which is in place in England and Wales ... — ... Richard Walker, the head of supermarket chain Iceland, has called for the seven-day period to be cut ... It is a major supplier to supermarkets around the UK ... “. “Iceland boss Richard Walker has called for isolation to be cut to five days ... ——. Speaking to Sky News, Mr Walker said ... .
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Finnebrogue Artisan warns seven-day isolation could cripple capacity at Co Down food firm

Belfast Telegraph 06 Jan 2022
Read More. NI the home of UK’s finest sausages, we must protect them say producers amid GB-EU war ... “F ... It is a major supplier to UK supermarkets ... — ... Richard Walker, the head of supermarket chain Iceland, has called for the seven-day period to be cut ... “. “Iceland boss Richard Walker has called for isolation to be cut to five days ... —— ... Related topics ... .
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Boris says NO MORE lockdowns

Principia Scientific 06 Jan 2022
Mr Johnson told MPs ... ‘But lockdowns are not cost free ... Richard Walker, managing director of the Iceland supermarket chain, warned that although it is coping so far the absentee chart is now ‘almost vertical’ – with levels more than double the peak of the ‘Pingdemic’ last year ... It was the brave decision ... Head Office.
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Data justifying move to cut self-isolation period to five days was evident last SUMMER, experts ...

The Daily Mail 06 Jan 2022
And James Lawson, a fellow at the ASI, told MailOnline. 'The research shows we can safely reduce the isolation period ... He added ... Pictured ... Pictured ... Business leaders yesterday warned that they too were struggling, with the managing director of supermarket Iceland saying their absence graph was 'almost vertical' and more than double the previous peak ... .
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Shoppers shun hospitality in favour of supermarkets in December

Belfast Telegraph 05 Jan 2022
Tesco’s Finest and Sainsbury’s Taste the Difference are easily the largest premium own-label ranges, but we saw the fastest growth from other ranges such as Asda Extra Special and Iceland Luxury.” Shoppers clearly trusted that supermarket shelves would remain well stocked and ...
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Services near to a standstill as food firm warns of halt in production

Belfast Telegraph 05 Jan 2022
“F ... That is the same regime which is in place in England and Wales ... — ... Richard Walker, the head of supermarket chain Iceland, has called for the seven-day period to be cut ... It is a major supplier to supermarkets around the UK ... “. “Iceland boss Richard Walker has called for isolation to be cut to five days ... ——. Speaking to Sky News, Mr Walker said ... .
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Covid testing rules could be relaxed to free nation crippled by isolation: Asymptomatic people 'to ...

The Daily Mail 05 Jan 2022
Iceland boss Richard Walker is among some of Britain's business leaders calling for reduced isolation periods, having declared yesterday that absences at the frozen food supermarket skyrocketed more than 70 per cent in the past week as staff were plunged into isolation.
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‘Distressing’ CCTV of man run over four times is shown at Old Bailey murder trial

The Independent 05 Jan 2022
The footage played in the Old Bailey on Wednesday (5 January) shows a BMW X6 being driven four times over John Avers, 47, in a supermarket car park ... Prosecuting barrister William Emlyn Jones QC said Mr Avers had been picked up by the defendants in the luxury vehicle and driven to a nearby car park of a nearby Iceland supermarket.
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Isolation nation: Boris gathers Cabinet as 1.3m languish under Covid house arrest and businesses, rail ...

The Daily Mail 05 Jan 2022
Iceland boss Richard Walker is among some of Britain's business leaders calling for reduced isolation periods, having declared yesterday that absences at the frozen food supermarket skyrocketed more than 70 per cent in the past week as staff were plunged into isolation.
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UK's Covid cases rise just 8% week-on-week to 195,000 as Boris says NO more lockdowns... ...

The Daily Mail 05 Jan 2022
Richard Walker, managing director of the Iceland supermarket chain, warned that although it is coping so far the absentee chart is now 'almost vertical' - with levels more than double the peak of the 'Pingdemic' last year ... Iceland boss Richard Walker is among some of Britain's ...
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