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The chain said it was hoping to “ensure pricing differences like these” did not happen in future.

The chain said it was hoping to “ensure pricing differences like these” did not happen in future.

The row began after one shopper noticed a pair of The row began after one shopper noticed a pair trousers in its Curves range was being sold for 15% of trousers in its Curves range was being sold more than an identical pair in the main collection. for 15% more than an identical pair in the main collection. The complaint has divided opinion. The complaint has divided opinion. Some have said it is reasonable to charge more for a garment that uses more fabric. Others see it as a Some have said it is reasonable to charge more “fat tax”. for a garment that uses more fabric. Others see it as a “fat tax”. Maria Wassell, a retail supervisor from Kent, spotted the discrepancy at her local branch in Ashford Maria Wassell, a retail supervisor from Kent, in Kent. spotted the discrepancy at her local branch in Ashford in Kent. She told the Sun newspaper: “It’s like I’m being discriminated against for being plus-size when I’m She told the Sun newspaper: “It’s like I’m being only slightly bigger than average. discriminated against for being plus-size when I’m only slightly bigger than average. “The average size for a British woman is now a size 16. Plus-size purchases are on the increase. If you “The average size for a British woman is now a look at the statistics, there’s more money being size 16. Plus-size purchases are on the increase. spent on plus-size clothing now then there was If you look at the statistics, there’s more moneven three years ago.” ey being spent on plus-size clothing now then there was even three years ago.” The chain said it was hoping to “ensure pricing differences like these” did not happen in future. The chain said it was hoping to “ensure pricing differences like these” did not happen in future. The row began after one shopper noticed a pair of trousers in its Curves range was being sold for 15% The row began after one shopper noticed a pair more than an identical pair in the main collection. of trousers in its Curves range was being sold for 15% more than an identical pair in the main The complaint has divided opinion. collection. Some have said it is reasonable to charge more for a garment that uses more fabric. Others see it as a “fat tax”.

The complaint has divided opinion.

Some have said it is reasonable to charge more for a garment that uses more fabric. Others see Maria Wassell, a retail supervisor from Kent, spot- it as a “fat tax”. ted the discrepancy at her local branch in Ashford in Kent. Maria Wassell, a retail supervisor from Kent, spotted the discrepancy at her local branch in She told the Sun newspaper: “It’s like I’m being Ashford in Kent. discriminated against for being plus-size when I’m only slightly bigger than average. She told the Sun newspaper: “It’s like I’m being discriminated against for being plus-size when “The average size for a British woman is now a size I’m only slightly bigger than average. 16. Plus-size purchases are on the increase. If you look at the statistics, there’s more money being “The average size for a British woman is now a spent on plus-size clothing now then there was size 16. Plus-size purchases are on the increase.


CAUDAN The chain said it was hoping to “ensure pricing differences like these” did not happen in future. The row began after one shopper noticed a pair of trousers in its Curves range was being sold for 15% more than an identical pair in the main collection. The complaint has divided opinion. Some have said it is reasonable to charge more for a garment that uses more fabric. Others see it as a “fat tax”. Maria Wassell, a retail supervisor from Kent, spotted the discrepancy at her local branch in Ashford in Kent. She told the Sun newspaper: “It’s like I’m being discriminated against for being plus-size when I’m only slightly bigger than average. “The average size for a British woman is now a size 16. Plus-size purchases are on the increase. If you look at the statistics, there’s more money being spent on plus-size clothing now then there was even three years ago.” The chain said it was hoping to “ensure pricing differences like these” did not happen in future. The row began after one shopper noticed a pair of trousers in its Curves range was being sold for 15% more than an identical pair in the main collection. The complaint has divided opinion. Some have said it is reasonable to charge more for a garment that uses more fabric. Others see it as a “fat tax”. Maria Wassell, a retail supervisor from Kent, spotted the discrepancy at her local branch in Ashford in Kent.

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MAURITIUS TOUR GUIDE The chain said it was hoping to “ensure pricing differences like these” did not happen in future. The row began after one shopper noticed a pair of trousers in its Curves range was being sold for 15% more than an identical pair in the main collection. The complaint has divided opinion. Some have said it is reasonable to charge more for a garment that uses more fabric. Others see it as a “fat tax”. Maria Wassell, a retail supervisor from Kent, spotted the discrepancy at her local branch in Ashford in Kent. he told the Sun newspaper: “It’s like I’m being discriminated against for being plus-size when I’m only slightly bigger than average. “The average size for a British woman is now a size 16. Plus-size purchases are on the increase. If you look at the statistics, there’s more money being spent on plus-size clothing now then there was even three years ago.”


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Final editorial - Mauritius  
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