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Renewed talk of a £30bn takeover bid for Reckitt Benckiser prompted shares in the household goods to rise significantly in trading yesterday.
The Liberal Democrats have vowed to stand firm against the power of the supermarkets at their annual party conference. Consumer affairs minister Ed Davey said the new Grocery Code Adjudicator would take a firm line against major retailers on his watch.
Procter Gamble has insisted it is focused on organic growth amid speculation that it could be plotting a sensational move for heavyweight rival Unilever.
With their wealth of farming knowledge and expertise on nose to tail butchery and native breeds, it quickly becomes clear
You won’t miss it when you give it; but patients could miss it if you don’t.
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