B&Q launches plastic bag charge as Scottish tax looms

In the face of continued interest in Scotland in the idea of a tax on plastic carrier bags, B&Q has launched a pilot charging scheme in all of its Scottish stores – and seen a rapid drop in usage as a result. The move shows that in some retail sectors at least, customers are happy to do without carrier bags of any kind.

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