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New might be nicer

From the Revd Margery Cartledge

Sir, — I was surprised to read (News, 4 June) that colleagues in Man­chester feel that offering other people second-hand bras could be a way of giving them dignity and im­proving their self-esteem. Could the £10 discount offered off a new bra for potential donors not be used in­stead to supply the home­less recipi­ents with new bras of their ...

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