David Cameron accused of U-turn over supermarket fines

David Cameron, pictured with Ocado boss Tim Steiner, has been accused of "watering down" planned fines for supermarkets who squeeze their suppliers

The Prime Minister has been accused of trying to “water down” laws that would allow regulators to fine food retailers who squeeze suppliers.

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