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Brexit threatens UK food stability

BREXIT WAS always going to be a gamble – and now problems are emerging. One area of concern is the UK food industry. Always reliant on migrant labour, it now faces a major labour shortage which could see widespread bankruptcies ...

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Pure indulgence

Maruf Ahmed THE INDULGENCE SHOW, London’s newest lifestyle entertainment event, is returning to the Novotel Conference Centre in Hammersmith, from 29th September-1st October, bringing visitors high-end luxury products including electric cars, motorised recreational vehicles, home entertainment products, headphones and much ...

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Biggs won’t, but Khan can!

ONE OF THE reasons why Tower Hamlets Mayor John Biggs decided to explore privatising the Borough’s three remaining day care nurseries was the cost. His former Cabinet Member for Education and Children’s Services, Cllr Rachael Saunders, who resigned from the ...

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Biggs congratulates A-level students

BIGGS, Mayor of Tower Hamlets, has revealed that he attended Morpeth School last week to see pupils collecting their “A”-level results. The reason for the delay in announcing the visit has not been made clear. He has not released any ...

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