Friday, 16 April 2010

Tobacco 'price fixers' get fines totalling £225m

Britain's two big tobacco manufacturers and 10 retail chains were today found guilty of price fixing and handed fines that came to £225 million.



Anonymous 16 April 2010 at 12:08  

Effin outrageous that Tesco stuck 35p (6%) on a pack of 20 the day after the budget - thieving gits , The comprehensively dishonest thievin gits think we're fools - some might say for smoking at all - but we're the thin end of the wedge - check out the price of Lurpack butter - how come it's 30% cheaper half way around the world in a non-EU country.

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