CHESHUNT, England — Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Sen. Barack Obama has reportedly written a letter on behalf of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union to Sir Terry Leahy, chairman of Tesco here, urging the company to talk with the U.S.-based union. As quoted in the London Guardian, the letter says, “It is in your interest to ensure that the concerns of the communities where you do business and of the leaders of the workers in the industry are heard and respected.” The ...
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