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What would be meaningful parliamentary action? Calling for the prosecution of anyone paying illegally low wages. Banning the exploitation of temp workers that British business has normalised. Most of all, breaking the habit of British politicians to treat any spiv with a spreadsheet as a business guru. Not all businesses are the same. Not all deserve to be called businesses, if by that term we mean running firms that actually pay their way in society.

Mike Ashley has pocketed millions from treating people like battery hens

Sports Direct staff 'not treated as humans' says MPs report - BBC News

Burberry boss Christopher Bailey takes 75% pay cut - BBC News

Burberry boss takes 75% pay cut

Burberry boss Christopher Bailey takes pay cut - BBC News

'We want the garments sector to survive' - BBC News

'We want the garments sector to survive' - BBC News

Sainsbury's to launch same-day online delivery - BBC News

Sainsbury's to launch same-day delivery

Sainsbury’s has unveiled plans to hike hourly pay for its shopfloor staff, days after proposed cuts to of its head office employees emerged

David Abney: The UPS boss who rose from the bottom rung - BBC News

The boss who rose from the bottom rung

How the chief executive of UPS went from low level, part-time worker to chief executive of the world's largest parcel delivery service.

'I paid nearly £3,000 for a £300 washing machine' - BBC News

'I paid nearly for a washing machine' - BBC News

Brexit: Germany to talk tough on single market access - BBC News

UK faces tough talks over single market

German politicians consider a tough approach on Brexit as the leading German business association denies saying the UK would continue to have access to the single market.

Carney: Bank of England will take 'whatever action needed' - BBC News

The Bank of England announces measures to stimulate the UK economy, with Governor Mark Carney saying it was ready to "take whatever action is needed".

Tesco announces 1000 job losses

Tesco faces legal action from staff in pay dispute - BBC News

About All: Top 10 global chocolate manufacturers

A Swedish court rules that the confectionery company Mars can no longer advertise its M&M sweets with the lower case lettering - m&m.

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