First Minister says supermarkets can use ‘discretion’ on non-essential items

 First Minister says supermarkets can use ‘discretion’ on non-essential items
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Supermarkets can use “discretion” over the Welsh Government’s ban on selling non-essential items during the fire-break lockdown, the First Minister has said.

Mark Drakeford said people may need to buy such products “for entirely unexpected reasons which they couldn’t have foreseen” during the 17-day period.

The restriction has seen aisles cordoned off and plastic shee

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