UK: Tony Blair, Tesco condemned for being 'contaminated by cronyism'
The Conservative party has slammed Prime Minister Tony Blair's close ties with business, and a Tory spokesman warned that recent moves by the UK's leading supermarket group, Tesco, to hire two key Downing Street advisers, would lead the company to be "contaminated by cronyism". In accordance with the paid advice of Philip Gould, one of the Prime Minister's most powerful political advisers, UK supermarket group
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