Sainsbury’s and Mountain Warehouse join campaign to axe period pants tax

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Grocer Sainsbury’s and outdoor clothing specialist Mountain Warehouse have become the latest retailers to lend their support to a campaign to scrap VAT on period pants.

The pair have signed up to the call for reform, which was launched by Marks & Spencer and period pants brand Wuka and backed by other big industry names such as Tesco and Primark, and pledged to pass on savings to customers.

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