Andrew Simms - Tescopoly


  • The inexorable rise of supermarkets, particularly Tesco, is big news but have we taken on board what it really means for our daily lives? In this searing analysis Andrew Simms tackles a subject that none of us can afford to ignore. Click to launch video.

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April 24, 2007

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LESLEY ANN BAKER

Hi Ive just finished reading your book and I thought it was amazing full of humour and a real insight into what many people havent got a clue about!! me especially! I found it very easy to understand and it made me think about a lot of things differently! I bought the book because Im currently serving in Basra and I was your driver in Kosovo (big loud geordie lass, cant miss me!)anyway congratulations and good luck for the future!
Lesley

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  • Andrew Alderson MBE
    In 2003 Andrew quit his job as director in a London merchant bank before getting called up to serve in Iraq as a T.A. officer. He was asked, out of the blue, if he 'knew anything about finance'. He said yes. And suddenly he was in charge of a fifth of Iraq's entire finances.
  • Andrew Simms
    Andrew Simms is Policy Director of the New Economics Foundation (NEF) and a board member of Greenpeace UK. He is the author of Tescopoly and writes on various issues including climate change and globalisation.

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