Ronan is news editor of The Grocer and also covers Morrisons and the tobacco trade.
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Last week Morrisons made a lot of noise about its strategy to scale back its promotional participation. But according to the latest research by Assosia, the impact of this strategy is not being seen in supermarket key feat
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As the dust settles on the Scottish Independence Referendum result in which the no campaign won with 55% to 45%, industry bodies and suppliers give their reaction as well as looking forward to what happens next.
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