News roundup–27th October 2009

News roundup–27th October 2009

“We don’t have any Matthews working for us at
all” Bravissimo told The Sun after a suggestive hand-written
note was found inside the packaging of a customer’s mail-order

You’ve got a friend in me: Online DVD rental business
LoveFilm says it will stick by Royal Mail
despite the ongoing disruptions due to strike action writes
The Guardian.

Marks & Spencer launched an online patchwork
quilt that allows “patchers” to post messages
calling for decisive action to be taken at the upcoming
Copenhagen UN Climate Change Summit. Part of Marks & Spencer’s
Plan A initiative, the final quilt and a physical
representation of it will be presented to the government in
advance of the summit, which starts on 7th December.


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