The shops don't offer much choice and the staff don't usually know much (I generally know more than they do) - perhaps they don't pay enough, or maybe they've found that uninformed customers err on the side of spending more? Online prices not good. Maybe if I had no alternative and needed a mouse in a hurry...
Using Co-Op electrical and the Co-Op Bank I've made significant savings through the end-of-year dividend. Retail prices are said by some to be on the high side but I don't often use the shops. Tries to be ethical but has a blind spot over Israeli goods, as it did over South African ones in the apartheid days).
News reporting can never be entirely unbiased, but the BBC is probably less affected by its bias than most other news sources (except on Palestine, where it is fixated on the specious idea that if it gets an equal amount of criticism from both sides it is doing a good job). The non-news content on the site is excellent. In a world where the free market offers an information bubble to suit every prejudice, the BBC stands out.
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