From what I've read of the article, it isn't Tesco that are the bad guys here but Bruntwood for not honouring their contract with her. I'm torn with the Tesco argument. It didn't start out as a huge global chain - it was a small business which became successful - and a British business at that. What do people want? Businesses to allow to be successful to a point and then stopped? And didn't their Chief Exec start out by stacking shelves at a Tesco branch? If so, seems like the sky is the limit for their many employees and again, shouldn't that be applauded?