British chain's decision to charge for plastic bags angers some

Marks & Spencer stores in England have raised the ire of some shoppers who resent the chain's policy of charging shoppers for plastic bags. The chain counters that most shoppers do not have a problem paying for the bags and the policy has already saved 100 million carrier bags from going to landfills, but since making the decision to charge for the bags, Marks & Spencer has seen its food sales decline sharply.

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