Thursday, 24 December 2009

Borders puts up shutters to press

A reporter was escorted off the premises of one of Borders' biggest stores in North London by a security guard when he tried to interview some of the 40 staff who are losing their jobs as the book store chain closes.
The Islington Tribune reports: "When a Tribune reporter went to interview employees at the N1 centre store on Tuesday he was escorted off the premises by a security guard.
"The Tribune had received many messages of concern about the closure and hoped to interview members of staff and take photographs at the store’s final day of trading.
"One employee, who asked not to be named, later said that staff had been warned they faced losing redundancy pay if they talked to the press."
The Tribune was later informed by MCR, administrators for the 45 UK Border stores which have gone into receivership, that prior permission was needed to interview employees.


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