Primark gears up for April reopening as sales slump
25/02/2021 | news | business | 505
The High Street-only retailer says it has lost £1.1bn in sales due to the recent lockdown.
Why does the BBC keep giving this company free publicity?

Does someone there have a conflict of interest?
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25/02/2021 13:16:19 40 9
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Since the likes of River Island, Oasis, Top Shop, small independents (if any of these are still going) only mainly cater for the skinny things it's got to be Primark.
It's only the Eastern Europeans that are skinny around here ! Removed
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25/02/2021 14:49:56 2 0
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Around here it's only the junkies.
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25/02/2021 14:54:25 4 1
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We all have a choice when it comes to exercise. Majority keep complaining yet do nothing about it.
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Good, but it makes me said seeing perfectly good clothes being referred to as "last year's fashion". This attitude that clothes are immediately out of date in such a short space of time is so damaging to the planet.
Airhead, 'celebrity' worshiping females mostly. But you can't say that as they'll have 'mental health' issues. It's just plain stupid but that's the reality. Removed
Can I just take a moment to thank the Bangladeshi dude who made me a pair of jeans for 25p a week. Grafting away in some backstreet sweat shop - and all for me and my crappy Primark jeans. That's what I call real commitment.

Not like our teachers who constantly moan despite earning £25,000 a year while doing literally nothing.
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25/02/2021 13:23:04 22 12
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as are crap comments
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25/02/2021 13:14:39 67 5
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Is this really a story? They have stock in store to sell rather than waste!
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Good, but it makes me said seeing perfectly good clothes being referred to as "last year's fashion". This attitude that clothes are immediately out of date in such a short space of time is so damaging to the planet.
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25/02/2021 13:37:09 34 17
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Buying your stock from Bangladeshi sweatshops helps keep the price down.
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25/02/2021 20:13:06 1 0
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Primark made the decision not to have a web presence.
Those retailers with an online presence have fared better. The type and number of clothes people have been buying gas changed dramatically.
I suspect fashion will change after this anyway.
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Please can we use the phase ‘staffing’ rather than ‘manning’, unless it is just men who work there