Whose cup floweth over?
Helen G // 11 July 2008
Marks & Spencer has defended its policy of charging typically £2 extra on some of its bras that are bigger than a size DD.
The retailer said that the additional cost is "standard industry practice".
The policy has drawn protests from 300 people, who have joined the Busts 4 Justice group on Facebook.
It’s argued that it is unfair to charge less for smaller bras, when the same logic doesn’t apply to other clothes.
The full story is on the BBC News website – link here.
…Way to boost consumer confidence when your sales and share prices are falling anyway…