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EasyJet Founder's Store Selling Food For 25p
EasyJet Founder's Store Selling Food For 25p

EasyJet (Other OTC: EJTTF - news) founder Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou has launched a foray into the discount grocery market with a new store selling a range of foods for just 25p. The brand has expanded to easyCar, easyHotel, easyGym and easyProperty.

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  • Crew Saves Pilot In Crisis Over IS Territory

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  • Aldi warns rival UK supermarkets that they will not be able to match its new price cuts

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  • Hospital refuses to discharge baby for deportation

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  • Ancient Egypt: Artefacts belonging to first woman pharaoh Hatshepsut found

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  • Armed Militia Groups Attack Calais Migrants

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  • Jersey refugee ban: How the Channel Islanders turned their backs on Syrian families

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  • 'Mechanical doping,' the biggest scandal to rock pro cycling since Lance Armstrong, is very real — here's what we know so far

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  • Iran to ship four million barrels of crude to Europe in coming 24 hours

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    • Reuters
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    • International Business Times
  • Arizona teenage girls in apparent murder-suicide were 'in a relationship'

    Two 15-year-old girls, who were believed to have been romantically involved, were found dead outside a high-school cafeteria in Arizona with gun shot wounds. The two teens were discovered dead at Independence High School in Glendale just before 8am on Friday, 13 February, police confirmed in a news briefing.

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  • TV's Eamonn Holmes looks forward to 'ordinary' after double hip op

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  • EasyFoodstore enforces 10 item daily limit to discourage competition from profiting

    A company spokesman said, "The idea of this store is to specifically target the most needy, not to help out our competitors in the convenience store market." He added that "[Shopkeepers had] rather stood out in the queue, especially on the way out when they were loaded down with stuff". EasyJet founder Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou recently launched the easyFoodstore with an objective to sell grocery products such as energy drinks, mini cheese thins, sardines and sauce for just 25p (€0.32, $0.36) each.

    • International Business Times
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  • Bigg Boss 10 spoilers: Salman Khan will return as host but there is a fan twist

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  • Bill Murray Hurls Fans' Phones Off Rooftop

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  • Merkel urges patience on refugees ahead of crucial state elections

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    • Reuters
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    • International Business Times
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    • International Business Times
  • Jersey refugee ban: Can desperate migrants use the St Malo-Jersey route to enter the UK?

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  • Schoolgirls Hit By Car As They Waited For Bus

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  • Man appears in court charged with murder of mother-of-four Caroline Andrews

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    • AFP
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  • U.S. Defence Secretary says UK needs nuclear weapons for 'outsized' world role

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    • Reuters
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    • AFP
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  • Central Asia's tallest tower, being built in Kazakhstan, hit by fire

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  • Libyan naval forces in Tripoli say have seized foreign tanker

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    • Reuters
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  • Fugitive Paedophile Surrenders To Police

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  • Market turmoil could hold back euro zone inflation - ECB's Coeure

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    • Reuters
  • Presses to fall silent at Independent as paper goes online-only

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    • Reuters
  • China underground banks did $150 billion in transactions in 2015 - regulator

    Underground banks in China did more than 1 trillion yuan ($152 billion) in transactions last year and the government will step up efforts to combat the problem this year, state media said on Saturday citing the foreign exchange regulator. China's economic slowdown and market volatility have sparked a wave of capital outflows running into hundreds of billions this year, triggering alarms for China's foreign exchange management system. Zhang Shenghui, head of the State Administration of Foreign Exchange's inspection division, told the official Xinhua news agency his department last year had participated in breaking up more than 60 underground banks suspected of doing more than 1 trillion yuan in transactions.

    • Reuters
  • Greek banks won't need further recapitalisation, ECB's Nouy says

    There is no reason to believe that Greek banks will need further recapitalisation, after the latest round provided them with 14.4 billion euros of funding, the head of the European Central Bank's supervisory agency was quoted as saying on Saturday. Nouy said Greek banks would be excluded from the ECB's stress tests this year, since they had already gone through "rigorous" health check last year. The ECB carried out an asset-quality review and stress tests of the four biggest Greek banks in October, after they were weakened by political instability, a loss of deposits and the imposition of capital controls in July, which remain in force.

    • Reuters
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  • MyShake: Android quake app now available on Google Play Store

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    • International Business Times
  • Trump under pressure to show more presidential side at debate

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    • Reuters
  • Ikea accused of €1bn tax evasion in Europe

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    • International Business Times
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    • International Business Times
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