Debbie Hayton Debbie Hayton

M&S’s ‘gender inclusive’ changing room policy is a mess

It could put women at risk

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Marks and Spencer needs to get a grip on its fitting rooms policy. The question of who can use the men’s and who can use the women’s has been a long running saga for the British clothing chain, which has now been accused of introducing unsafe changing rooms for women by stealth.

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