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Cadbury warns chocolate bars could get smaller after Brexit
Cadbury will consider shrinking the size of its products or raising its prices after Brexit, the company has said. The firm's UK boss said Britain would remain its “home of chocolate manufacturing”, with its factory in Bournville, Birmingham, to ...
Cadbury warns chocolate products could shrink or get more expensive thanks ...  Mirror.co.uk
Cadbury warns that their chocolate could soon be smaller or more expensive ...  Metro
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Tesco to unlock tens of thousands of trolleys after mieeing deadline for new ...
Supermarket giant Tesco will unlock 100,000 of its coin-operated shopping trolleys after it failed to convert them in time for the circulation of the new �1.
Tesco unlocks trolleys ahead of new �1 design rollout  STV News
The new �1 coin is near - but you may not be able to use them everywhere  ChronicleLive
Pret a Manger to pay work experience recruits after criticism of unpaid scheme
Only one in 50 Pret job applicants are UK-born, meaning the firm is particularly exposed to potential impacts of Brexit. Photograph: Alamy.
Pret A Manger to pay work experience teenagers after online criticism  BBC News
Pret a Manger vows to pay interns after backlash over 'exploitative' ...  Evening Standard
UK savings crisis: Two-fifths of the working age population have less than ...
The savings crisis across the UK was laid bare today by figures showing that a significant minority of British adults have virtually no savings.
High cost credit products must be tackled, say Lords  BBC News
A third of over 80s avoid cash points as they feel pressure from impatient ...  Telegraph.co.uk
Morrisons and Sainsbury's join Asda and Tesco in cutting the price of petrol ...
Morrisons and Sainsbury's have joined Tesco and Asda in slashing the price of petrol and diesel by 2p per litre across the country.
Retailers told to follow Tesco fuel price cut  Belfast Telegraph
Petrol and diesel prices drop as fresh supermarket fuel price war begins  Gloucestershire Live
The US government's laptop ban is now in effect — here's what we know so far
The ban, which was announced on Tuesday, forbids passengers from bringing any electronic devices larger than a cell phone into the cabin of certain flights to the US.
Weary flyers shrug as Middle East laptop ban takes off  gulfnews.com
Laptop ban comes into effect on some Middle Eastern flights  Deutsche Welle
Venezuela asks UN for help as medicine shortages grow severe
(CNN) President Nicolas Maduro said he has asked the United Nations for help in dealing with Venezuela's medicine shortages, which have grown severe as the country grapples with a crippling economic crisis.
Venezuela asks the UN to help boost supply of medicines  BBC News
Exclusive: Venezuela increased fuel exports to allies even as supply crunch ...  Times of India
Power urged by councils to crackdown on pavement parking by motorists
Cars blocking kerbs are putting pedestrians' lives at risk, say local authorities, but campaigners caution against a blanket ban.
Local authorities call for more power to stop pavement parking  This is Local London
Ireland bottom of league for well-paid maternity leave
Ireland is one of just two countries in Europe that reportedly fails to offer mothers 'decently-paid' maternity leave. According to a study, just Ireland and Slovakia fail to offer women well-paid maternity benefit.
British maternity pay is one of the worst in Europe, reveals TUC report  The Independent
UK 'lags behind most of Europe' on maternity pay  CIPD (blog)
Food hygiene standards vary widely across UK, study reveals
A huge variation in food hygiene standards remains across the UK, with one in five high or medium-risk food outlets failing to meet standards, according to a study.
Edinburgh and Glasgow 'ranked bottom for food hygiene'  STV News
Glasgow and Edinburgh worst offenders in food hygiene standards  The Scotsman