It should be funny but it makes a point about the state of Tory Britain.
With over 100,000 relying on food banks across Britain and hundreds of thousands of ill and disabled being forced into sub minimal wage work – the reality is a far cry from the media’s reflection of scroungers on ‘Benefits Street’.
Queues dozens deep as items such as cleaning products and end-of-life dried foods flew from shelves in Wrexham before things got out of hand.
One shopper described the situation as ‘bedlam’ and said fellow shoppers were ‘vultures’. Another blamed the store management saying: “The sign did not say anything about a time limit, and we were queuing to pay when we were told things had gone back to 99p. It is not on.”
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