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Food industry warns of Brexit workforce shortage
The UK food industry has warned that a Brexit workforce shortage could leave a third of its businesses unviable. The Food and Drink Federation said: "Our sector faces a rapidly approaching workforce shortage and skills gap.
Food and drink industry says EU staff exodus will damage economy  
EU worker exodus threatens UK food industry, some leaving already - survey  
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Sexual harassment, an overthrown chief executive, bitter boardroom in-fighting and a major lawsuit have not affected Uber's business.
Sky's Ian King writes that the euro's strengthening against many international currencies poses a few problems for it. 16:57, UK, Wednesday 23 August 2017.
Royal Mail is beginning trials in London of nine fully electric vans with ranges of up to 100 miles. The vehicles, which come in various sizes, will distribute post from the central London depot.
The empty shelves were replaced with simple signs, pointing on reliance on foreign-made goods. A German supermarket has culled its stock to make a point about racism and diversity.
Northern politicians have accused the government of treating the region with contempt as an escalating dispute over transport spending overshadowed a visit by Theresa May to the region.

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