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| Tesco plc has recently received a lot of criticism over its activities, which is of great interest to a number of its key stakeholders. Tesco is a massive business which now takes£1 of every £8 spent in UK shops. The company has become increasingly dominant and has expanded into convenience store and hypermarket sectors of retailing. Criticism has been directed at Tesco from various groups, both national organisations and individuals. One of the biggest criticisms it faces is the perceived threat it poses to small businesses due to the monopoly it imposes over products. There is also a belief that they use aggressive tactics to gain land and/or planning permission for building new stores. Other controversial areas concern the treatment of staff and customers, as well as their approach to foreign businesses. The Tesco supermarket chain is often involved in litigation, usually from claims of personal injury from customers, claims of unfair dismissal from staff, and other commercial matters. Tesco has been heavily criticized by the media in the UK and Ireland, among other places, over its comparatively more ruthless and harsh business tactics compared to its rivals, all of whom stand charged, like Tesco, of bullying farmers to lower their prices to unsustainable levels. Tesco has been accused of abandoning the UK Government's planned Eco-town at Hanley Grange in Cambridge. Tesco has been subject to several claims of apparently out-of-date food being 'back-labelled' to appear still to be within date, poor café hygiene and a staff member contracting Legionnaires ‘disease in the store. Tesco has been involved in the following cases in the areas of employment law, personal injury, intellectual property disputes and taxation, amongst others.
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