Monday, July 04, 2005

The wrong kind of supermarket

In January the Guardian carried an article by Martin Wainwright about Tesco's controversial new store in Gerrards Cross. The plans, opposed by the parish council, the district council and the county council, but accepted by John Prescott, involve roofing over a railway cutting to provide extra space.

Wainwright quoted a Tesco spokeswoman, Katherine Edwards, as saying:
"We can see no reason why the further expansion should not go through and the store should be open by the summer."
Er, how about this?

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