Marks & Spencer spotlights extended returns ahead of uncertain Christmas

Marks & Spencer is promoting its extended returns period in uncertain times

Marks & Spencer is promoting its extended returns policy as retail’s golden quarter kicks off in unsettled trading conditions.

Highlighting the longer returns period forms part of efforts by M&S to emphasise that consumers can “shop with confidence”. 

It comes as new coronavirus restrictions are imposed in swathes of the UK, including Scotland and parts of the North of England. 

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