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Tesco to cut petrol and diesel prices by 2p ahead of Mother’s Day

Tesco is to cut the cost of petrol and diesel by two pence per litre at all of its petrol stations this afternoon, Friday March 24.

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POTHOLES     (NEWS)   MRW    16/4/2014  

Potholes ! 

Mill Road in Waterlooville - very dangerous potholes litter the length of the road 

Picture: Malcolm Wells (141158-8927) PPP-140416-192808003

£11million to be spent on county roads and pavements - tell us how you think it should be spent

More than £11 million is set to be spent on much needed improvements to our roads this year.

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Tesco recalls popular ready meal over allergy fears

Tesco recalls ready meal which was packed with different dish

Tesco is recalling a popular ready meal over an allergy risk after it was packed with a different dish.

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Product recall

Children’s toy recalled over safety fears

Smyths Toys Stores has recalled a popular product amid safety fears.

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Simple trick that can slash your SKY TV bill

Simple trick that can slash your SKY TV bill

Want to save £139 a year on your Sky TV subscription with a single click of a button?

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Jonathan Ross presents award to Peter Borg-Neal, CEO Oakman Inns

Company in charge of two popular Aylesbury Vale pubs adds to list of accolades at industry “Oscars”

Oakman Inns, the operators of The Akeman Inn at Kingswood and the Betsey Wynne in Swanbourne, has scooped another pair of gongs at the Publican Awards 2017.

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Product warning

Popular Easter eggs recalled over health risk

Two easter eggs, made by a hugely popular premium chocolate brand have been recalled after it was revealed that they could pose a health risk to some customers.

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Whetherspoons' free app lets customers avoid the bar and order food and drink straight to their table

Banbury and Bicester pubs launch free app so customers can avoid the bar

Forget queuing at the bar, two pubs in Banbury and Bicester have launched a free ‘Order & Pay’ iPhone and android app, so food can be now be delivered directly to customer’s tables.

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What national insurance is – and where it goes

What national insurance is – and where it goes

A tax called national insurance has become the centre of a row within Britain’s ruling Conservative Party

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Toys R Us recalls childrens rattle over choking fears

Toys R Us recalls children’s rattle over choking fears

Children’s retailer Toys R Us has recalled a product over fears that children could choke on its parts.

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Shoppers turning to discount supermarkets to beat the budget

Shoppers turning to discount supermarkets to beat the budget

Shoppers are turning to discount supermarkets more than ever, according to new data.

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Tesco recalls popular ready meal over allergy fears

Tesco recalls popular ready meal over allergy fears

Tesco is recalling a popular ready meal due to the presence of egg which is not on the label.

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Clintons to pull “disgusting” x-rated birthday card from shops after Twitter complaint

Clintons to pull “disgusting” x-rated birthday card from shops after Twitter complaint

A “disgusting” x-rated birthday card has been removed from all Clintons shops following an online complaint.

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Asda fined �300,000 over poor hygiene after dead mice and flies found at delivery depot

Asda fined £300,000 over poor hygiene after dead mice and flies found at delivery depot

Asda has been fined £300,000 after dead mice and flies were discovered in the aisles of a home delivery depot that distributes food to online shoppers.

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Tesco recall

Tesco recall children’s toy over safety fears

Supermarket giant Tesco has recalled a children’s toy over fears that it could present a potential hazard.

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Free-range eggs become barn eggs following bird flu

Free-range eggs become ‘barn eggs’ following bird flu

A bird flu panic has seen free-range eggs temporarily lose their status after hens were brought indoors.

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Rise of the robots: the jobs set to be overtaken by technology

Rise of the robots: the jobs set to be overtaken by technology

Salespeople, spreadsheet jockeys and, er, journalists will be the first jobs to hit the scrapheap due to advances in technology, according to a leading technology expert.

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The cast of Hollyoaks

Hollyoaks producers warn of FAKE Facebook casting call for extras

Lime pictures, producers of hit Channel 4 soap Hollyoaks have issued a warning after it emerged that companies claiming to be recruiting paid extras on their behalf were doing so WITHOUT the knowledge or consent of the producers.

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Easter

How workers can enjoy 18 days off this Easter with just nine days annual leave

With March just around the corner and the Christmas holidays now a distant memory, a prolonged break from work may seem like just wishful thinking.

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Hugely popular crunchy biscuit spread withdrawn from sale as may contain metal

Jars of a hugely popular crunchy biscuit spread have been withdrawn from sale at all major supermarkets over fears they are contaminated with small piece of metal.

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