How did supermarket bosses fare in the glare of Westminster spotlight?

Grocery executives at Commons select committee

In a public forum designed to intimidate and pressurise, the traditional big four supermarkets more than held their own, but the spectre of further scrutiny looms

It’s been a tough period for the grocery sector, at least in terms of image management. It’s a rare thing for politicians of all parties, trade unionists and the governor of the Bank of England to all agree on something – even rarer still when that thing is that product prices in a free-market economy are too high.


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