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Retailers monitoring NOTW case closely after hacking claims

Tesco, Sainsbury's and Asda among those considering future advertising plans with tabloid.
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A variety of retailers which have advertised promotions for key licensed products within the News of the World are among those now reconsidering their position, following phone hacking allegations.

It is understood that Tesco and Sainbury's are monitoring the situation.

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