The tweet below from @Jim32Jn at face value, is shocking and appalling to anyone who cares about social justice, which all Tories certainly do – if it were true. To anyone who has worked in retail, this is a practically impossible scenario. The link to the Guardian article is here. I worked in retail for a while as a manager, (I worked my way up from the till, in a democratic manner, I hasten to say) so I know that thieves and shoplifters are often not prosecuted, certainly not for something as small as a sandwich. This is not only because the courts are crowded. On the grounds of humanity, no store would ever do this. The store where I worked gave large amounts of food to the homeless every night. They would never prosecute a hungry person. Continue reading
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