Scottish Parliament building©Peter Barritt/Robert Harding/Rex
Two major supermarkets are reconsidering their decisions to boycott a milk price crisis inquiry after they came under pressure from the Scottish Parliament. The Rural Affairs, Climate Change and Environment Committee (RACCE) chairman, Rob Gibson wrote to Tesco, Marks & Spencer and Sainsbury’s urging them to attend the inquiry on 4-5 February. Marks & Spencer immediately reversed its earlier decision not to attend. See also: First Milk pledges to invest in Scottish creamery But the other two are still considering. In the letter […]
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