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Sainsbury's profits slip in supermarket price war
Sainsbury's has warned that it expects the market to remain competitive for the "foreseeable future" after posting a near 14pc fall in annual profits due to the cost of the intense supermarket price war.
Sainsbury's warns on 'competitive' UK grocery market  
Sainsbury's Reports Annual Profits Of �548m  
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The average council in England will need to pay more than �25 million a year to fund the Government's controversial right-to-buy extension, research has revealed.
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