How can Marks and Spencers sell T-Shirts for £25+ but have them imported from India's sweatshops?

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Sadly, because they can. Things are only worth what people are willing to pay. The British are well known for digging deep into their pockets and paying through the nose. I think that says it all. I once saw a calender in M&S, which was £7.00. I
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