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The final blunder on £8,000 EdStoneLabour paid almost £8,000 for the infamous limestone tablet emblazoned with election pledges that became one of the most embarrassing.New suppliers' stock deal boosts rescue hopesHopes for the survival of have been given a boost after it emerged that administrators to the stricken retailer have struck a fresh deal with suppliers f.China blow to India's Nuclear Suppliers Group hopesIndia's bid to join the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) suffers a setback following China's oppositionSmart appliances are the new brains of your A fridge with a touchscreen and cameras, ovens set by phone and a dry clean unit with apps mean your home will soon do chorVW employee chief floats idea of taking stakes in suppliersBERLIN Volkswagen's employee council chief is suggesting that the automaker consider taking stakes in suppliers after a dispute disrupted production in GermanySuppliers must wait for energy watchdog's competition reportThe CMA was due to announce the results of its investigation into competition failings among gas and electricity suppliers towards the end of DecemberAct now on ‘abuse’ by late payers Ministers urged as the squeeze on suppliers continues The Government is being urged to take a tougher regulatory stance on big firms squeezing their suppliersNew Transport for London chief optimistic despite threat of cutsMike Brown hopes Osborne’s northern powerhouse – and the funding it will require – will not eave the capital out in the coldThe man in charge of London’s transport is out of town Specifically, he’s in an engineering workshop on a.Strange beasts on the balustradeWrest Park, Bedfordshire Out of the fog came a jackdaw which landed on its stone head then clawed its face Continue reading.UK to prevent public sector boycotts of Israeli suppliersThose who boycott Israel suppliers could face severe penalties

Prosecco bubble is set to burst as soaring demand for the sparkling wine means suppliers may soon run dry 

The UK Prosecco market was valued last year to be worth more than £330 million, up 72 per cent on the previous year and growing But experts warn the bubble could soon burst

A landscape worked down to its bonesRibblesdale, Yorkshire Dales Sheep graze around giant boulders dropped by glaciers, picking the land as clean as the ice once didIn unflattering Ordnance Survey contours, you could mistake Warrendale Knotts and Attermire Scar for lumpy outcrops.Wal Mart Stores Inc suppliers feeling the pinch from extended payment termsThe changes include, in some cases, extending the amount of time Wal Mart would have to pay suppliers, meaning some suppliers will have to seek financial help to get through the time crunchMichael Talia backed by player manager amid AFL integrity unit investigationTalia brothers have been accused by Western Bulldogs of leaking ‘game sensitive information’ ahead of their elimination final against AdelaidePlayer manager Liam Pickering claims Michael Talia has been hung out to dry as the AFL investigatAutomatic DOG WASH opens in Poole, Dorset in upmarket resortThe self contained unit on Sandbanks beach, Poole costs £2 for two minutes and has options to rinse, shampoo, condition, de flea and blow dry your pet rather than take it home in a wet and filthy stateAdami Ottawa cleaner feels DND hung it out to dry (with video)An Ottawa dry cleaning business says the Department of National Defence was not diligent in disqualifying the company’s bid to clean ceremonial guard uniforms for substantially less than a competitor And the Office of the Procurement.Tesco systematically delayed paying suppliers to improve its own financesSupermarket giant Tesco 'seriously' breached an industry code by delaying payments to suppliers, a long awaited investigation report concludBig Six energy suppliers under threat from growing independentsIndependent energy suppliers are encroaching ever further into the territory of the Big Six energy giants, as consumers seek out better service and dealsTesco 'deliberately delayed payments to suppliers to improve finances'Tesco repeatedly and deliberately delayed payments to suppliers in a widespread practice designed to improve its financial position, an investigation has fou.Limestone fix for resort sea defenceThousands of tonnes of limestone are expected to be brought in to repair sea defences damaged by storms at Llandudno in Conwy, councillors are toldSuppliers question Tesla’s goals for Model 3 outputIn the past three months, Tesla has told suppliers the company was doubling its original production projections to 100,000 Model 3s in 2017 and 400,000 in 2018