With like-for-like sales falling at Morrisons, the pressure is on the supermarket chain to enter the online market.
If there were protests, they certainly did not disrupt Baroness Thatcher's funeral nor sully what was indisputably a dignified farewell.
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Scientists have discovered a new gene that could save lives and prevent disability from a stroke.
People with a mutant form of the ABO gene (which determines blood groups), are more likely to have certain types of stroke, they said.
Researchers identified differences within the gene, linked to blood clotting, one of the main causes of a stroke.
According to research from car insurance company LV=, one in 20 adults said they have been contacted within two hours of an accident, by claims companies.
The report also said that a fifth of people were encouraged to make the claim by a police officer, with a number of police forces sharing victims' details in exchange for a fee.
John O'Roarke, managing director of LV= car insurance, said:
The heavy-handed tactics of the claims farming industry has resulted in record levels of compensation claims for whiplash and other personal injuries, despite falling accident rates.
Crash victims are being aggressively targeted by those who can make money out of their details and they are literally hounding them to make a claim within moments of an accident.
Claims companies are contacting victims of car accidents, within as little as two hours of an incident, according to figures from a new study.
Insurance firm LV= found that some people have even been approached on a roadside, or in hospital, to encourage them to make a compensation claim.
Out of the 2,000 adults surveyed, one in four said they would never have made a claim if they had not been pressured.
Almost half of drivers admit they park on the pavement without thinking about the danger to those people who are blind.
According to a YouGov Poll, almost a third of drivers do not see parking on the pavement as dangerous driving, and two thirds believe that parking on double yellow lines is much worse.
UK charity Guide Dogs say because of this, some towns and city centres are becoming 'no go' areas, for the blind and partially sited people.
The charity wants to see councils in England use their powers to ban pavement parking and make the streets safer for everyone.