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Sainsbury’s has changed some of its self-service tills and shoppers aren’t happy

SAINSBURY’S has changed some its self-service checkouts to card-only machines – and business are not happy. The supermarket has rolled out the new record at a series of stores opposite the country. Using a self-service checkout is already tough…but some business are mad with the changes that Sainsbury’s has made …

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Former open lav bought for £15k up for sale at £750,000 after acclimatisation into two-bed home

A PUBLIC loo bought for £15,000 two years ago is on sale at £750,000 — after being incited into a two-bedroom home. The isolated pad includes underfloor heating and CCTV security. The former open toilet is being sole for £750,000 Estate agent Kinleigh Folkard Hayward called the ‘eco-home’ “stunning and …

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Supermarkets condense Easter egg prices – here’s where you can collect up a enormous bargain

SUPERMARKETS have slashed the cost of Easter eggs after the prolonged weekend of chocolate eating. Leftover batch is selling at a 60 per cent discount, opposite a operation of supermarkets, including Aldi, Morrisons, Thorntons and even Hotel Chocolat. Sainsbury’s has slashed some MaltEaster mini bunny eggs to 50p Bargain hunters …

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Aviva boss promises to condense prices AND let business buy policies but stuffing out unconstrained forms

THE boss of Britain’s biggest insurer wants to shake up the ­sector — and start giving discounts of up to 20 per cent. Denim-wearing AVIVA arch exec Mark Wilson is pioneering an “Ask It Never” concept. Mark Wilson, boss of Britain’s biggest insurers wants to start giving discounts of up …

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