Business At college, I had two supermarketing options. There was the Morisson's in Leeds city centre, which was big, cheap and had great fresh pizzas. Or there was Safeway, more local in Headingly, which was small, more expensive, but had decent reductions. I only ever went there if I ran out of something -- always handy to have a place like that within walking distance. Within all that I always thought of Morissons as being the fragile one of the two -- I liked it because it seemed quanter, more like a family company. Which makes all of the takeover bids which are suddenly spreading about Safeway all a bit irksome. Will someone buy it already? Even BHS is eyeing it up now, possibly as way of become a kind of quasi-M&S.

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