A bun fight between Greggs and Hull City Council was ended after the baker dropped its legal challenge over the Council’s insistence that loos had to be installed in those branches which had seating. The High Court had ruled in favour of the Council in 2016 but Greggs had appealed this, claiming it had received guidance from Newcastle City Council, its home town and ‘Primary Authority’, that loos were not required. Under government rules, advice received from a Primary Authority ought to be followed by other local councils. But Hull was eventually successful in arguing that Newcastle had misinterpreted the law. Hull City Council said “We will now work with Greggs with the aim of achieving local compliance, providing any advice and support as necessary.” Good to see the two sides will no longer be crossing swords.