Germans thirsty for alcohol-free beer as brewers boost taste

Rise in bars stocking 0% beers to meet demand of drinkers who wish to ditch the hangoverDuring last year’s sweltering summer in Europe, workers of the Störtebeker beer brewery stood at the doors of the bottle depot eagerly awaiting the empty returns so…

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Does Majestic’s move online spell the end for high street wine?

Specialist sector is struggling against perfect storm, from rising duty to Brexit and ginSupermarkets used to be the bogeyman for the high street wine trade but now the growth of online services and a price squeeze is triggering new upheaval.The decisi…

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Does Majestic’s move online spell the end for high street wine?

Specialist sector is struggling against perfect storm, from rising duty to Brexit and ginSupermarkets used to be the bogeyman for the high street wine trade but now the growth of online services and a price squeeze is triggering new upheaval.The decisi…

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More than 5m people in Britain suffer low-paid, insecure work

Living Wage Foundation research shows families struggling to make ends meetMore than 5 million workers across Britain are in low-paid and insecure work, leaving families struggling to make ends meet, according to a campaign calling for more firms to of…

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Yorkshire village faces petrochemical giant in anti-fracking fight

Ineos, owned by UK’s richest man, wants to overturn ban on well next to sheltered housingA petrochemical company owned by Britain’s richest man is attempting to overrule a Yorkshire council to drill a shale gas well next to a sheltered housing developm…

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