UK: Tesco faces picketing threats from angry farmers
Farmers for Action , the militant action group picketing distribution outlets of Tesco , have threatened to extend their campaign to hit major shareholders in the UK retail leader. The group has issued an ultimatum demanding that Tesco CEO Terry Leahy meet with its representatives to discuss supplier prices. Farmers for Action head David Handley revealed that members of the group are mulling the launch of demonstrations against shareholders, saying: "Shareholders have a responsibility too. We are doing our homework and looking at who are major shareholders. We could be considering some of our wrath coming down on them too."
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