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March 2, 2008

For a second day running the Daily Mail ran their front page [and a further six (6) pages] under this heading. The major story was about Marks & Spencer deciding to charge for plastic carrier bags in their food departments. Sir Stuart Rose said:

“Of course we are not doing this out of the blue. We’re responding to what our customers have been telling us.” [We DO make a difference]

It’s time to break the carrier bag habit. It’s not difficult, it’s not painful, but it IS responsible. Let’d stop the talking and see some action.”

Two pages of photographs of litter around the UK followed, including one of beautiful Royal Deeside [our area, I’m afraid to say – not shown on the website].

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