I think buying British if you can , keeps the money in the U.K. and does not line the pockets of Germany , whose Politicians are no friends of this Country . Let's be honest , Germany still has the ambition of taking over Europe at the expense of Italy , Portugal , Spain , Greece etc who since the Euro took over has virtually destroyed their economies .A federal Europe was a big mistake ! Thank heavens we are trying to escape from it .It will all end in disaster .I support Premier Foods, Tate and Lyle and other U.K. manufacturers .
I am fed with people telling me what I should buy with the money I have earned and paid taxes on. I am not a Nationalist nor do I suggest that foreign capital should be prevented from investing in the UK.
I have seen a massive increase in footfall at my local Tesco - which is only half a mile from Aldi - people are now beginning to realise that you don't have to go trawling through food items written in Arabic or German and then queue up at a till where the assistants throw stuff through at breakneck speed and then ask for cash as there is no credit card facility - that is just hassle that most people can do without especially as there is barely any difference in price now anyway - Retail Sales figures out tomorrow - my guess is that they are going to be good - if they are then Tesco will go up big time imo - we shall see dyor etc
I am seeing increased footfall at Tesco Formby , Tesco Litherland , and the Tesco at Liverpool University . Perhaps people are fed up with threats from Europe , and finally deciding to support British business . BRING BACK A BUY BRITISH CAMPAIGN ,be it Tesco , Morrisons or Sainsbury .
see post below - I said in a previous post that Tesco will use its economies of scale with suppliers and sell more items but still reduce costs and this is what is happening - Dave Lewis has got the number of Aldi and Lidl et al - the game is up for these companies and Tesco is on the up - I am looking at £2.50 plus by Christmas/New Year - dyor etc
LONDON, Dec 5 (Reuters) - Two years after an accounting scandal plunged Tesco into the worst crisis in its 97-year history, the British supermarket looks set to reassert its dominance, given the edge by a transformed relationship with suppliers.
Monthly industry data shows Tesco is once again pulling ahead of rivals in Britain under a plan led by boss Dave Lewis, where lower prices and improvements in store have led to more goods being sold to more customers.
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