Majority of Brits want blanket BAN on water bottles and straws in bid to cut single-use plastic

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SEVEN in 10 Brits think there should be a complete BAN on single-use plastic items such as water bottles and straws, according to a study. A majority of adults believe retailers should no longer stock or supply items such as these due to the devastating effect they have on the environment. And one in 10 […]
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