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Britain’s charity shops have much to learn from Australia

As a teenager, I worked in an Oxfam shop for one afternoon a week, selling Barbara Taylor Bradford books and Val Doonican records to pensioners. We’d get the occasional person under the age of 30 in the shop, but it was usually some kid forced to come in as a… ...

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