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Topic: Re:Re:plastic bags.
Posted by: Loraine Pemberton
Date/Time: 17/10/15 16:10:00

So what happens if the clothing purchase is a Suit, Overcoat or some bulky item of clothing?

A piece of "one size fits all" legislation has been brought in that simply isn't practical. I do believe that for certain clothing and upholstery items the retailer should provide some kind of protective covering / bag.

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TopicDate PostedPosted By
plastic bags.17/10/15 14:58:00 Helen Bamberger
   Re:plastic bags.17/10/15 15:43:00 Micki Hawkes
   Re:plastic bags.17/10/15 15:44:00 Julian Pavey
      Re:Re:plastic bags.17/10/15 16:10:00 Loraine Pemberton
         Re:Re:Re:plastic bags.17/10/15 16:44:00 Gail Busza
            Re:Re:Re:Re:plastic bags.17/10/15 16:57:00 Johanne Coker
               Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:plastic bags.17/10/15 17:23:00 Gail Busza
                  Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:plastic bags.17/10/15 17:48:00 Johanne Coker
         Re:Re:Re:plastic bags.17/10/15 16:53:00 Carl Wynne
            Re:Re:Re:Re:plastic bags.17/10/15 17:17:00 Julian Pavey
   Re:plastic bags.17/10/15 17:26:00 Margo Jales
      Re:Re:plastic bags.17/10/15 18:07:00 Barbara Robinson
         Re:Re:Re:plastic bags.17/10/15 18:25:00 David Cuss
            Re:Re:Re:Re:plastic bags.17/10/15 18:40:00 Julian Pavey
               Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:plastic bags.17/10/15 20:48:00 Michael Brown
               Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:plastic bags.17/10/15 22:38:00 Philippa Bond
                  Nearly 10 years on from publication here's a reminder of how we got here:18/10/15 08:21:00 Philippa Bond

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