Primark predicts rising sales despite Covid hit
04/12/2020 | news | business | 171
The chain says recent lockdowns cost it £430m in sales, but trading since reopening has been strong.
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04/12/2020 11:29:42 7 18
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There seems to be an unusually disproportionate amount of articles on the BBC about Primark. This, I think, is about the 5th I've seen in a few months.

Why the big interest in a tat shop? I doubt Primark patrons even read the news, or can read at all.

I thought people were struggling financially and food banks were running out of food? Yet they can afford Primark garbage they don't need?
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I've only ever been into Primark once. I felt dirty (though not in the biblical sense) when I came out and had to fumigate my clothes with DDT. Every other Mother seemed to be screaming at her badly behaved kids, who were either called Chardonnay or Tyler. The Father's (although I couldn't possibly corroborate this fact) didn't appear too bright or look as though they had been employed much. Removed
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04/12/2020 12:35:00 1 1
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What a rude comment.
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04/12/2020 11:58:49 19 4
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I hope the despicable Philip Gree reads this article. Primark have a good attitude towards staff and suppliers and don't treat them like something under ones foot like Green did at Arcadia. I am a businessman and have always believed if you treat people right and fairly it will come back a thousand fold. Primark is a well managed business living within its means and is a bright light.
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04/12/2020 11:35:02 4 10
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Can you actually understand what you have read? Or are you too thick.
Clearly it’s not me that’s too thick. Idiot! Removed
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