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David Sillitoe for the Guardian Thousands of Morrisons staff are preparing to sue the supermarket after their personal details were leaked online.
A senior employee, Andrew Skelton, was jailed for eight years in July after he posted details of nearlystaff online. Information including salaries, national insurance numbers, dates of birth and bank account details were also sent to a number of newspapers.
More than 2, current and former staff are pursuing a group claim alleging that the retailer was ultimately responsible for breaches of privacy, confidence and data protection law. More staff are expected to join the claim, after lawyers were given a four-month period to sign them up.
Potential claimants include people who worked at Morrisons, its subsidiary Farmers Boy or former business Kiddicare before November Coyle was found guilty of insider dealing and jailed for a year in March.
A spokesman for Morrisons said: We are not accepting liability for the actions of a rogue individual.
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Peace of Mind Guarantee If you change your mind we’ll be happy to give you an exchange or refund. Simply return your purchase to the same store: Within 30 days In its original condition and packaging With your proof of purchase The following products are excluded: Fresh/frozen food and baby food/milk TVs, satellite navigation devices and mobile phones Music.
The majority found were from Morrisons. The proposed charges are: £27 for the collection of the trolley, £15 to store it, a £26 administration fee, and £10 for disposal of the trolley. Northern supermarket chain Wm Morrison was founded in Yorkshire at the end of the 19th century, and in became a listed company.
After acquiring rival Safeway, Morrison became the fourth. Thousands of Morrisons staff are preparing to sue the supermarket after their personal details were leaked online.
A senior employee, Andrew Skelton, was jailed for eight years in July after he.