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November 29th, 2013

Black Friday – the US discount shopping event that traditionally follows the Thanksgiving holiday – has gone global with UK shoppers being offered more bargains than ever.

Retailers are promising consumers an early Christmas bonanza as cut-price deals spread across the sector – largely an excuse to boost sales in the run-up to the festive season and shift some older stock.

In the US, there were reports of violence as the frenzied rush for deals turned ugly.

Some of the biggest names on the UK high street have slashed prices and some shelves were stripped of bargains within half an hour of stores opening.

Online sales are predicted to peak on December 2 – known as Cyber Monday – when Amazon is hoping to beat the 41 items per second it sold last year.

Queues formed outside Walmart-owned Asda stores ahead of opening

Discounts of up to 70% are being reported on some products, while retail experts predict sales could top

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November 25th, 2013

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Royal mail mess up again

November 25th, 2013

Royal Mail Fails To Meet Delivery Targets

The newly-privatised Royal Mail is told to meet its obligations to customers ahead of its crucial Christmas delivery period.

Protests against Royal Mail privatisation 

Royal Mail has been warned it faces an investigation and possible fines if it does not improve services after missing key performance targets.

The postal regulator Ofcom said the recently-privatised company missed a requirement to deliver 93% of all first class letters on the day after collection, reaching 91.7%.

Ofcom said Royal Mail was also required to meet a target of 91.5% of next-day delivery for first class post in almost all of the UK’s geographic postcode areas to provide a good level of service across the UK, and not just in more densely populated areas.

But Royal Mail achieved this level in only 62% of the required postcode areas in the year to March 2013.

Royal Mail met other targets, including a requirement to deliver 98.5% of second class letters within three days of collection.

It either exceeded or narrowly missed targets relating to areas such as special delivery, parcels and delivery to the correct address.

“Ofcom is concerned about Royal Mail’s failure to meet certain service targets, and has made clear to the company that it must take all necessary steps to meet these in future,” the regulator said.

Its report on the postal sector noted that Royal Mail was now on a firmer financial footing and productivity was gradually improving though competition in delivery from other operators still accounted for less than 1% of UK mail volumes.

Royal Mail said in a statement: “We were disappointed that we didn’t meet all of the regulatory quality-of-service targets we were required to last year. This remains a key area of focus for us.

“Royal Mail has the highest service specification of any major European country and we take our service performance very seriously.

“The quality of our service to customers is key to our success.”

Ofcom noted that customer satisfaction with Royal Mail was high though only just over half of the consumers surveyed were satisfied with the cost of postage, with 30% dissatisfied.

Business users, who account for around 90% of all mail sent, were also largely happy with Royal Mail’s service with just 7% dissatisfied.

crazy french man holds up a bank with a shootgun

November 19th, 2013

Paris gun attacks: Liberation and Societe Generale hit


A manhunt is continuing in Paris after a gunman attacked offices of the newspaper Liberation and fired outside the HQ of the Societe Generale bank.

A photographer, 23, was critically hurt at Liberation. The gunman later forced a motorist to drive him to the Champs Elysees before allowing him to go.

Police are looking for the same man who broke into the Paris offices of the 24-hour news channel BFMTV on Friday.

Police have now been stationed outside all the main media offices in Paris.

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