HBOS fraudsters hoping to avoid drug-fuelled sex parties in jail

HBOS fraudsters hoping to avoid drug-fuelled sex parties in jail

  Convicts in the HBOS fraud trial are hoping to avoid any drug-fuelled sex parties when they arrive in prison.   Despite drugs being more readily available in jail than they are at the average pharmacist, the senior bankers involved in the trial are ironically, hoping to stay out of trouble for the full term…

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Boohoo.com says allowing staff to smile at work is not reflective of the brand

Boohoo.com says allowing staff to smile at work is not reflective of the brand

  Boohoo.com says allowing staff to smile at work makes a mockery of the company name and anybody that wants to walk around wearing a massive grin should go and work at McDonalds.   An episode of Dispatches looking into Britain’s cheap clothing industry suggested worker’s contracts are ended after “three strikes”, that are dished…

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JD Sports warehouse staff have the equivalent life expectancy of the mayfly

JD Sports warehouse staff have the equivalent life expectancy of the mayfly

  Staff employed at JD Sports’ controversial warehouse facility in Rochdale, Lancashire now have the equivalent life expectancy of a mayfly.   A freedom of information request obtained by The W1nners’ Club shows that ambulances have been dispatched to the site 166 times in the last four years, with 140 of these incidents leading to someone being…

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Agent Provocateur offers to pay off £30m debt in sexy underwear

Agent Provocateur offers to pay off £30m debt in sexy underwear

  Troubled lingerie brand Agent Provocateur has offered to pay off its £30m debt in unsold sexy underwear stock after a period of trading that can only really be referred to as, well – pants really.   It is rumoured the retailer’s bank has been approached with a proposal that will see senior staff at…

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WH Smith hails spoof humour as the saviour of the English language

WH Smith hails spoof humour as the saviour of the English language

  WH Smith is championing spoof humour literature as the potential saviour of the English Language.   At a time in the development of linguistics when phrases such as, ‘LOL,’ ‘LOOL,’ ‘PMSL,’ and ‘;-)’ qualify as satisfactory modes of communication between human beings, the book and stationery retailer is throwing its considerable weight behind the…

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Sainsbury’s staff caught moonlighting at the Chairman’s house during work hours

Sainsbury’s staff caught moonlighting at the Chairman’s house during work hours

  Sainsbury’s staff officially signed off from work were caught moonlighting at the Chairman’s house working on his barn conversion during work hours.   At least five checkout girls were being used as bricklayers and staff from the deli counter, the bakery and the frozen food section were also found at the address wearing hard…

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Human Trafficking migrants at Sports Direct ask to be returned home immediately

Human Trafficking migrants at Sports Direct ask to be returned home immediately

  The Sports Direct Shirebrook warehouse has been embroiled in fresh controversy after human trafficking migrants working there asked to be returned home after less than a week on the job.   The migrants have also indicated that they plan on taking legal action against the people that arranged their transportation over to the UK…

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World’s most expensive mouse droppings discovered in Poundland

World’s most expensive mouse droppings discovered in Poundland

  Poundland has enjoyed a sharp increase in its share price after staff found mouse droppings at two outlet stores in Birmingham worth £134,000.   Alongside the valuable find at the stores, excited staff also discovered a chocolate Father Christmas with part of its head nibbled away, a partially-eaten Easter egg and rodent-related ‘smearing’ on…

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Samsung boss caught with mobile phones in jail after an explosion in the canteen

Samsung boss caught with mobile phones in jail after an explosion in the canteen

  Samsung boss Mr. Lee Jae-yong was caught smuggling mobile phones in jail after an explosion was heard as prisoners queued for their evening meal.   The Electronics company’s heir apparent was detained on suspicion of bribery, embezzlement and perjury in relation to South Korea’s president Park Geun-hye. He was found in possession of a Galaxy Note…

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British Fizz to be named, ‘British Fizz,’ after 50 years of squabbling

British Fizz to be named, ‘British Fizz,’ after 50 years of squabbling

  The United Kingdom Vineyard Association have finally decided upon a name for British Fizz after debating the issue at meetings for over 50 years.   The issue of what to name British Sparkling Wine was raised at the first ever Vineyard Association gathering over five decades ago and members have been squabbling over the…

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