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LONDON - UK retailer Marks & Spencer has come together with lingerie brand Wuka to urge the government to remove the 20% VAT that applies to the reusable, textile period pants, a move that the manufacturer estimates could provide significant carbon emission savings.

To date, more than 70 signatories, including Primark, Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Mountain Warehouse, and reusable period product and bodycare business, Earthwise Girls, as well as five MPs and peers and the charities Wellbeing of Women and Bloody Good Period, have put their name to a public letter to Victoria Atkins, the financial secretary to the treasury, requesting that VAT is removed.

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