Tesco fined £7.5 million for selling out-of-date food in three stores

Tesco is fined £7.5 million for selling out-of-date food in three of its stores: Supermarket giant admits 22 hygiene breaches dating back to 2016 Inspectors visited three stores across Birmingham and found out-of-date items Tesco Stores Ltd admitted 22 breaches of Food Safety and Hygiene Regulation  Investigation was launched after Birmingham City Council received complaints  … Read more

Tesco fined £7.5 million for selling out-of-date food in three stores

Tesco is fined £7.5 million for selling out-of-date food in three of its stores: Supermarket giant admits 22 hygiene breaches dating back to 2016 Inspectors visited three stores across Birmingham and found out-of-date items Tesco Stores Ltd admitted 22 breaches of Food Safety and Hygiene Regulation  Investigation was launched after Birmingham City Council received complaints  … Read more

Dragon’s Den viewers emotional at single mother who burst into tears when Sara Davies backed her

Dragon’s Den viewers were left ‘blubbing’ last night after an inspirational ‘mumpreneur’ who launched a range of afro-textured hair products while working a part-time job and raising two children won backing from Sara Davies. Kameese Davis, from Birmingham, was seeking a £50,000 investment in exchange for a 20 per cent share in her brand Nylah. After an … Read more

TUI flight took off from Birmingham Airport 1,200kg overweight after IT glitch 

TUI flight took off from Birmingham Airport 1,200kg overweight after IT glitch meant female passengers whose title was ‘Miss’ were classified as children Tui flight took off from Birmingham to Majorca, 1,200kg heavier than calculated A computer glitch had counted every woman with the title ‘Miss’ as a child Fault caused two other UK Tui flights … Read more

Mugger RETURNS stolen cash by posting it through victim’s letter box as it was donation for mosque

Moment mugger RETURNS stolen cash by posting it through victim’s letter box after being told it was donation money destined for local mosque The thief posted notes through victim’s letterbox in Small Heath in Birmingham The theft was captured on CCTV and an appeal to find the thieves spread online After the muggers heard of … Read more

Calls for inquiry as cost of union’s hotel and conference centre spirals to £98MILLION 

Calls for inquiry as cost of ‘Red Len’ McCluskey’s luxury new Unite union hotel and conference centre spirals to £98MILLION Birmingham hotel and conference complex cost has risen to almost £100m  Original estimate of £35million, with some reports it was as low as £7million  McCluskey has blamed cost increase on paying top rate wages to workers  … Read more

Calls for inquiry as cost of union’s hotel and conference centre spirals to £98MILLION 

Calls for inquiry as cost of ‘Red Len’ McCluskey’s luxury new Unite union hotel and conference centre spirals to £98MILLION Birmingham hotel and conference complex cost has risen to almost £100m  Original estimate of £35million, with some reports it was as low as £7million  McCluskey has blamed cost increase on paying top rate wages to workers  … Read more

Clara Amfo and Nick Grimshaw ‘join Radio 1 DJs being told they WON’T be leaving London’

Popular Radio 1 DJs such as Clara Amfo and Nick Grimshaw have reportedly been told they won’t have to move when some of the network’s jobs leave London. It has been claimed that BBC bosses reassured their big-name daytime presenters, which also includes Scott Mills, that they’ll be able to stay in the capital despite the … Read more

Covid-19: ‘Vast majority’ of positive rapid Covid tests are likely to be false, scientist claims

The ‘vast majority’ of positive rapid Covid tests at school are likely to be false, Professor Jon Deeks,  The ‘vast majority’ of positive results from rapid coronavirus tests used at secondary schools are likely to be wrong, an expert has claimed. Cases have fallen rapidly among children since the start of the year, with just 0.05 … Read more

UK weather: Britons are warned ‘you can have fun, but stick to the rules’

Parks and beaches across Britain were covered in litter today as the country enjoys a second consecutive day of record-breaking heat with people set to flock to parks and beaches and temperatures hitting 75F (24C) again. Revellers have been making the most of their newfound freedom this week after coronavirus restrictions were partially lifted on … Read more