The BHA praises TfL over Uber crackdown, because perhaps it's not "essential to keep up with global cities like New York and Berlin, and to support London’s 24-hour lifestyle" after all as stated by Ufi during that Tube Strike.
Meanwhile Cadbury aims to bring 'joy' to mums in six figure Mumsnet deal. However the Children's Food Campaign asks; is this a subtle way of marketing sugary snacks to families ahead of a big review on such advertising activity, as reported in The Guardian?
The real crackdown is related to minimum wage it seems as Big Hospitality reports that Businesses face a £20K fine for underpaying staff. That's PER EMPLOYEE.
Starbucks is going on a charm offensive as it 'offers UK staff interest-free loans and living wage to boost brand image' according to The Drum.
Here's a great crowdsourcing idea that serves soup with a side order of community spirit to generate funds for local needs: 'How the Soup project is changing the UK'. What a heart-warming story featured on BBC's news magazine.
Healthy revenues through healthy eating: London sushi chain Itsu drives sales up with growing customer numbers according to CityAM.
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